Bombay High Court Rejects SSR Sisters’ plea for Quashing Rhea Chakraborty’s FIR

It’s been almost five months and the probe in the Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case is still on. Both the parties have (the sisters of Sushant and Rhea Chakraborty) have opened up the fire against the two in a big way but as of now, there is no update on this case as to what really happened on the fatal day that led to the death of the actor. As per the latest buzz, the Bombay High Court has rejected the plea of the Sushant’s sister who requested the court to quash the FIR on Rhea.

In the FIR filed by Rhea against the sisters of the late actor, she has said it was the sisters who procured medicines on a fake medical prescription for Sushant Singh Rajput and thus brought up the medicine for him without consulting any doctor. Now, the sisters want the court to ignore the FIR filed by Rhea as they the allegations against them are baseless. As per reports, Rhea in her FIR claimed that it was Priyanka Singh and Meetu Singh who got a forged medical prescription to procure medicines for their late brother.

They tried to get the medicine that is banned as per the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act. As per reports, the said medicines were brought from the medical store just before the death of the actor in June. While hearing the plea of the sisters, the court has rejected their request to quash the FIR filed by Rhea Chakraborty. This means, the FIR against the two sisters remains active still. On the other side, the AIIMS have ruled out all the possibilities of murder calling it to be a case of suicide. However, the CBI is yet to announce the revelations.

Bharati Parate

Bharathi is a writer and B Town enthusiast. She loves to be the part of such ventures and has written extensively in various domains. However, the entertainment industry remains her favorite. She has been with this venture from day one contributing in various sections of the portal. She is an avid reader and pets lover.
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