The investigators have discovered on-line chat messages from her quantity the place she allegedly requested her supervisor for medication
The checklist of Bollywood actors on the radar of the Narcotics Management Bureau (NCB) has gone up additional with title of Deepika Padukone surfacing within the medication angle being probe in reference to Sushant Singh Rajput suicide. The investigators have discovered on-line chat messages from her quantity the place she allegedly requested her supervisor for medication. The NCB has summoned Padukone’s supervisor and may grill the actor later.
The officers earlier got here throughout names of actors Sara Ali Khan, Rakul Preet Singh and inside designer Simone Khambatta who had been discovered to be doing medication. The probe additionally revealed that Sara had even visited Rajput’s farmhouse at Lonavala with others and partied collectively the place additionally they did medication. The NCB is more likely to query all of them within the coming weeks.
In the meantime the NCB has discovered chats between Ms Padukone and her supervisor Karishma Prakash who was summoned for questioning. On Tuesday the company additionally grilled Dhruv Chitgopekar, CEO of expertise administration company KWAN. He was interrogated in reference to the continuing probe and his reference to the arrested peddlers. The NCB on Monday questioned the deceased actor’s expertise supervisor Jaya Saha
“The probe is moving ahead to unearth the larger nexus of drugs in the film industry. More actors my be questioned in the coming days,” stated an officer aware of the investigation.
The officers have arrested a number of peddlers and located the chain of medication reaching Rajput through his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty’s brother Showik. The brother sister duo are behind bars and the officers at the moment are probing the bigger drug and Bollywood nexus.
Rajput was discovered hanging in his Bandra condominium on June 14 and the assorted angles within the incident at the moment are being probed by the NCB, Central Bureau of Investigation and the Enforcement Directorate.