Drugs case: Rhea Chakraborty granted bail, brother Shovik still in jail


Drugs case: Rhea Chakraborty granted bail, brother Shovik still in jail

The Bombay High Court has granted bail to Rhea Chakravarty, arrested in the drugs angle, which was investigated by Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput death case. Apart from Rhea, two more accused have been granted bail. His brother, Shouvik Chakravarty and Abdul Basit avoidance did not get bail. The Bombay High Court, while hearing through video conferencing, pronounced its verdict on the matter.

The court heard the case at 11 am and immediately heard its verdict. Apart from Rhea Chakravarty, the two persons who have been granted bail include Diesh Sawant and Samuel Miranda. The High Court rejected the bail plea of Rhea’s brother Shouvik Chakravarty and Abdul Basit avoidance.

The Bombay High Court has granted conditional bail to the Bollywood actress. Rhea Chakravarty has been granted bail on a personal bond of one lakh rupees. Rhea will have to submit her passport. They will also have to take clearance to go out of Mumbai.

During the hearing, the court said, Rhea will have to register her presence in the police station for 10 days after the release. In addition, the actress will have to submit her passport. At the same time, he cannot travel abroad without the permission of the court and he cannot go out of Mumbai without informing the investigating officer.

The High Court Judge Sarang v Kotwal heard the case through video conferencing. Earlier, the court had reserved its verdict after hearing the case on September 29. On Tuesday, the NDPS court had extended the 14-day judicial remand of Ria, Shouvik, Samuel, Deepesh, Basit and Zaid till October 20.

Rhea to come out of jail a month later

Earlier, the NCB had arrested Bollywood actress Rhea on September 8. After the arrest, Rhea was sent to the byculla jail in Mumbai. Rhea has been in the same jail for the past one month.

Was accused of trafficking and financing drugs

During the hearing on the bail plea, the NCB had opposed granting bail to Rhea and other accused. The NCB had said that apart from transporting drugs to Rhea Sushant, illegal drugs were also associated with trafficking and financing. In an affidavit filed against the bail, the bureau said that these drugs were active members of the syndicate who were associated with high society people and drug suppliers. Rhea Chakraborty and her brother promoted and financed drug transactions.