CBI Orders Police Protection for Rhea Chakraborty after she admits her involvement in ‘Drug’ chats

Rhea Chakraborty recently requested for Mumbai police's protection as there was a crowd gathered in her building compound. Now, CBI has ordered police protection for her after she admitted her involvement in drugs chats.
CBI Orders Police Protection for Rhea Chakraborty after she admits her involvement in 'Drug' chats

Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead on June 14 in his apartment in Bandra, Mumbai. The untimely demise of the late actor left the whole nation mourning for the loss of such an amazing talent and the demand for justice for Sushant began. The family of the late actor also demanded the CBI inquiry after Mumbai police didn’t cooperate with Bihar police in the investigation.

Now, as CBI has the authority to investigate the case, today marks the 9th day of the investigation by the agency. As the investigation is ongoing, actress Rhea Chakraborty is the prime accused and earlier Sushant’s father had also filed an FIR against Rhea and her family for abetment to suicide and theft.

Rhea Chakraborty was summoned by the CBI recently, and after yesterday’s 10 hours long interrogation, Rhea was interrogated again for the second time. According to Times Now reports, the portal quoted a source saying that Rhea had admitted her involvement in the ‘drug chats’, but denied the conclusions drawn from the chats, in yesterday’s interrogation.

The Narcotics Control Bureau has also started its investigation on the case after the drug angle has emerged. The investigation is ongoing about the use and dealing of drugs by Rhea and also the ones who were involved with Rhea for drugs.

In the meantime, Mumbai police have stated that they will protect Rhea whenever she will commute from DRDO’s guest house to her residence and vice-versa. “This is being done on the request of Central Bureau of Investigation,” an official stated.

As reported, the actress was interrogated by a Superintendent of Police rank officer of the Central agency.