A case was registered against Sushant Singh Rajput’s sisters after actress Rhea Chakraborty filed an FIR against them at the Bandra Police Station. The complaint states that the accused prescribed drugs to Sushant Singh without any consultation.
The six-page complaint filed on Monday night has stated that Sushant passed away five days after he was provided with a prescription, where certain drugs were written down unlawfully by his sister and a doctor of the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital.
An official from the Mumbai Police informed PTI that an offence has been registered against Sushant’s sister Meetu and a Delhi based doctor and other unknown people. The case has been registered under sections 420, 464, 465, 466, 468, 474, 306, 120(B) and 34 of IPC and sections 8(c), 21, 22(A) and 29 of NDPS Act.
The complaint also claims that the people named in the FIR built up a conspiracy and obtained the prescription with the help of a government hospital for banned medicines and gave the same prescription to the actor without the mention of the dose and quantity. The police complaint has been registered under IPC, NDPS Act and the Telemedicine Practice Guidelines.
Earlier, Rhea had also accused Sushant’s sister Priyanka of molesting her under the influence of alcohol and had also accused the family of forgery and obtaining a fake prescription for anxiety which was later given to the late actor.
Currently, Rhea has been arrested by the NCB after three days of questioning and will be produced in court.
Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Bandra apartment on 14 June 2020. Unhappy with the Mumbai Police investigation, the late actor’s father then filed an FIR in Bihar. The case was then handed over to the CBI by the Supreme Court soon after which the ED and the NCB joined the probe.