Rhea Chakraborty, Showik’s judicial custody extended till October 20 by Special NDPS Court
The judicial custody of Rhea Chakraborty, Showik Chakraborty, Samuel Miranda, Dipesh Sawant has been once again extended by the Special NDPS Court.
It’s been a while since the Narcotics Control Bureau has taken over the investigation of drugs angle in connection with Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case. Ever since then, his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty, her brother Showik Chakraborty, Samuel Miranda, house help Dipesh Sawant have been on the agency’s radar. In another development in Bollywood’s drug nexus case, their judicial custody has been once again extended by the Special NDPS Court. It is reported that they will now be in judicial custody till October 20 for further investigation in the case.
To note, this isn’t the first time that Rhea and others’ judicial custody has been extended in the case. To recall, the actress was sent into the judicial custody till September 22. However, it was later extended till October 6. And while their custody was supposed to come to an end by today evening, it has now been extended again by 14 days. Meanwhile, Rhea and Showik had also moved to Bombay High Court for their bail plea in the last week of September.
The Sushant Singh Rajput case has hogged national limelight ever since the actor passed away in June.
AIIMS Doctor’s audio tape raises doubts:
While CBI investigation in the case has been underway since the last few weeks, AIIMS was probing the forensic evidence that was available to them. They also looked into Sushant’s autopsy report which was conducted by Cooper Hospital in Mumbai. A few days ago, the AIIMS team ruled out murder in the late actor’s death case and stated that it was a case of suicide.
The AIIMS final report has not gone down well. In addition, with thousands of the actor’s fans and family who have been crusading for justice. Amidst all of this, Dr Sudhir Gupta’s, who was heading the AIIMS team in Sushant’s case, audio has been released by Republic TV in which the professional can be heard confessing to the botch up by the cops and hospital authorities.
The audio dates back to August 22nd and he also claims that the late actor was ‘murdered’. Dr Gupta also says that the crime scene was not kept intact. This audio tape suggests that the AIIMS team has probably made a U-turn in the case.