SSR case: Riya Chakraborty’s brother Shovik filed fresh bail in special NDPS court

Mumbai, 8 November: Actor Riya Chakraborty’s brother, Shovik Chakraborty, has moved a fresh bail application before a special court in Mumbai in connection with a drugs case related to the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Chakraborty claimed innocence in his bail application filed on November 3, stating that he had been falsely implicated in the case, while no drug or psychotropic substance was seized from his possession. The Bombay High Court granted bail to Riya Chakraborty, Raman to brother Shovik Chakraborty in custody.

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) arrested Shoik, his sister and others under several relevant sections of the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act in connection with a case that came up in the investigation into Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. “In the facts and circumstances of the present case, noting that no commercial quantity has been taken in relation to the applicant, no recovery has been made from the applicant and that all the allegations relate only to small amounts, the restrictions imposed by Section 37. The NDPS Act, 1985 will not apply, ”the bail application said.

It added that an explanation of the remand applications of all the accused arrested in the case makes it clear that there is nothing on record to state that the current applicant is in any way financing, illegal trafficking and / or harboring criminals Is connected. In relation to any narcotic drugs or narcotics.

“Apart from the alleged purchase of drugs for the deceased actor, the applicant is not accused of any other unlawful involvement or even of procuring drugs for any other person. Therefore, the applicant Being a part of “ko”. The Drug Syndicate “or” illegal traffic “of drugs has been completely eliminated and without application of mind,” it said. It states that there is no evidence linking the applicant to the financing of any illegal traffic or harboring any criminals and hence the content of Section 27A of the NDPS Act, 1985 is not made in the present facts and circumstances . The Bombay High Court on 29 September heard the bail plea of ​​Riya Chakraborty and her brother Shovik.

Shovik claimed that Sushant used him, his sister and members of his domestic staff to ease his drug habit, while ensuring that he was using any form of electronic evidence as his own. Do not leave paper marks. “There is electronic evidence to show that the applicant’s sister was indeed trying her level best to rid the late actor of his drug habit. He had consistently limited the amount of drugs. The applicant’s sister had Also discussed his concerns about the late actor. Combining his drug habit with Kersey Chavda with his prescription medicine. However, the late actor had the final decision to be an adult and be of his own mind.

Earlier, a special court of NDPS had dismissed Shovik’s bail plea in the case, after which the same was challenged in the Bombay High Court, which was also dismissed.

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