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On June 14, 2020, the whole nation had gone into a serious depression after hearing about the untimely demise of talented, charismatic, and young actor, Sushant Singh Rajput. But what's even more painful is that even after so many months, everyone is still unknown to the reason behind his death. Initially, the cause of his death was considered suicide, but with the pictures of his dead body going viral over the internet, the nation was exact that it is not suicide. After a debate between Mumbai police and Bihar police, Sushant's case was handed over to CBI after a lot of pressure from the public on social media. (Recommended Read: Ankita Lokhande Shares An Old Video Of Sushant Paragliding From One Of Their Vacations Together)
Well, after CBI involvement, in this case, everyday new twists and turns are coming in front of everyone. And the latest is about Rhea Chakraborty's brother, Showik Chakraborty's involvement with a drug peddler and in one of their chats, the youngster is asking for drugs for 'dad'. Scroll down to discover it more!
According to a report by Times Now, a new angle has been discovered by the CBI as they dig deep in the WhatsApp chats of Rhea Chakraborty's brother, Showik Chakraborty. In the chats were accessed by CBI, it is revealed that Showik had asked for 'boom' from the peddler for 'dad'. But as for now, it's not clear, whether he's asking for drugs for his father, Indrajit Chakraborty or for someone else. His messages can be read as "Wanted a boom bro, dad wants... Didn't realise his maal is over." In reply to which the drug peddler had informed Showik that as for now, his stock is empty, but he'll try to arrange it for him tomorrow. Well, it's a commendable job from CBI to bring out such shocking shreds of evidence in front of everyone. (Don't Miss: Shweta Bachchan's Post For Dad, Amitabh Bachchan Is All About Having An Inspiration Throughout Life)
Talking about Rhea Chakraborty's parents, Indrajit Chakraborty and Sandhya Chakraborty, then they were questioned by the CBI for the first time on Tuesday (September 1, 2020). CBI had grilled them for over 8 hours at the DRDO guest house, where their whole team is stationed. Talking about their son, Showik, then he was called by the CBI last week and was investigated by the officials for almost 11 hours.
On August 10, 2020, popular news agency, ANI had taken to their Twitter handle and had informed everyone that Bollywood actress, Rhea Chakraborty along with her father, Indrajit Chakraborty and brother, Showik Chakraborty had left ED's office after 11-long-hours of interrogation. The trio had appeared for the second time for interrogation regarding the money laundering FIR filed from the side of the late actor, Sushant Singh Rajput's family.
According to a report from Times Now, it has been suggested that Rhea was in contact with a top director (other than Mahesh Bhatt) for some help in her ongoing case after the dump analysis of actress' smartphone was accessed by ED. The report had explained, "The actress dialled an elite director in Bollywood for help in her ongoing case, from whom she wanted the contact number of a media person, who would do articles in her favour." The report had further added, "There is reportedly no home loan rebate in her Income Tax Returns, which has put a question mark on the source of her real estate properties. It must be noted that two properties linked to Rhea – one in Khar (East) and the other one in Navi Mumbai – are under the scanner of the ED." (Also Read: Karanvir Bohra's Wife And Soon-To-Be Mommy, Teejay Clarifies That They Are Not Trying For A Baby Boy)
We will have to wait to see whether Showik was asking for drugs for his father, Indrajit Chakraborty or someone else!
It has been more than four months since the untimely death of Bollywood actor, Sushant Singh Rajput and three federal agencies, CBI, NCB and ED are probing the case. A nationwide commotion had occurred when Sushant's girlfriend, Rhea Chakraborty, was arrested regarding a drug nexus that had come up in the investigation.Read More