The Mumbai Zonal Unit of the Narcotics Control Bureau yesterday filed its chargesheet in the alleged drug probe related to the death case of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
The Mumbai Zonal Unit of the Narcotics Control Bureau yesterday filed its chargesheet in the alleged drug probe related to the death case of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. NCB’s Mumbai Zonal Director Sameer Wankhade, who overlooked the entire probe, confirmed the development but declined to comment on further details.
A total of 35 people have been named in the chargesheet. Among those who are mentioned in the chargesheet include Rajput’s former girlfriend Rhea Chakrabarty and her brother Shovik Chakrabarty. Rajput’s former manager Samuel Miranda and household help Dipesh Sawant have also been named.
Anuj Keshwani, who is accused of keeping big quantity of drugs such as LSD sheets and marijuana, has also been chargesheeted. Two college students, who are allegedly last mile peddlars alongwith two foreign nationals including Agisilaos Demetriades, brother of Arjun Rampal’s partner, have been included in the chargesheet as well.
According to the reports, the chargesheet details how various drugs including synthetic narcotic substances were being procured at the highest level and then distributed across Mumbai through various hands.
Simultaneously, the NCB has gone hammer and tongs after the drugs mafia in Mumbai with a series of seizures and arrests from the city and surroundings in the past six months.
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