Rhea Chakraborty’s father says on Shouvik’s arrest, ” The next number is my daughter, congratulations to the country’
Actress Rhea Chakraborty’s father Inderjit Chakraborty released a statement on Saturday.
Actress Rhea Chakraborty’s father Inderjit Chakraborty released a statement on Saturday. He condemned the arrest of his 24-year-old son Shouvik Chakraborty (Showik Chakraborty) in an investigation into allegations of drug abuse following Sushant Rajput’s death. Retired Lieutenant Colonel Inderjit Chakraborty said in the statement, “Congratulations India, you have arrested my son, I am sure the next number is of my daughter and I do not know who will be arrested thereafter. You have ruined a middle-class family. But of course, for justice. Everything is justified. Jai Hind. The CBI is questioning Rhea’s father these days.
Shouvik Chakraborty was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Friday along with Samuel Miranda (Manager of Sushant Singh) and was charged with various sections of the anti-drug law.
The two have been remanded to the custody of the agency till Wednesday. The men were reported with people close to Sushant Singh.
In his application, seeking the custody of Shouvik, the NCB said That Shouvik had asked for 0. “There are so many names with which he was doing the drugs business0 And now her sister Rhea Chakraborty will be questioned. Sushant Singh Rajput, 34, is being investigated by three central agencies, including the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the NCB.
Sushant Singh’s father has accused Rhea Chakraborty of inciting Sushant to commit suicide. The only arrest has been made so far from the angle of drugs in the case.
In an interview to NDTV last month, Rhea Chakraborty said, “Innocent, the middle-class family is being ruined. Rhea said in a video on Instagram that her father was being chased by journalists. The actress had asked the Mumbai police for protection for her and her family so that the family could cooperate with the investigating agencies.