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Central Agencies Day 21 Probe in Sushant Death Case: From no bail to Rhea, Showik to Bollywood stars on NCB radar

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 12 September 2020, 10:35 IST

On day 21 (11th September) of investigation, Special Court in Mumbai rejected Rhea Chakraborty, Showik Chakraborty, Zaid Vilatra, Abdul Basit among others bail plea. Whereas, on the other hand, CBI is probing Sushant Singh Rajput death case from a different angle. They are looking for a connection between Disha Salian-SSR death case.

Talking about NCB, there are reports that during interrogation Rhea took almost 25 names of A-listers of Bollywood who are involved in procuring and consuming drugs. As per social media reports, two names have gone viral i.e. of Sara Ali Khan and Rakul Preet Singh.

Here have a look at the events that happened yesterday:

11:02 am:- Government lawyer Atul Sarpande reaches session court.

11:31 am:- As per India TV report, NCB officials had a meeting in Delhi regarding Bollywood Drugs Connection. They will soon send the summons to the film stars whose names have been under confidential information.

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NCB official who was probing Sushant’s death case came to know about the drugs group of Bollywood through Rhea and Showik’s laptop, tablet and phone.

12:08 am:- Special Court rejected Rhea, Showik, Zaid, Abdul, Dipesh and Samuel Miranda’s bail plea.

12:44 pm:- CBI interrogates Sushant’s accountant Rajat Mewati

2:15 pm:- NCB files application seeking cancellation of bail given to Kaizen Ibrahim from the court. Anti-drug agency in its application claimed that he is a common contact among all accused arrested by the agency in connection with drugs related to SSR’s death.

2:38 pm:- CBI interrogates SSR’s farmhouse manager Raees

3:35 pm:- After bail plea rejected Satish Maneshinde told the media persons, "Once we get a copy of the NDPS Special Court Order, we will decide next week on the course of action about approaching the Bombay High Court," Maneshinde told media persons.

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First published: 12 September 2020, 10:35 IST