The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) took a big action today in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. NCB raided the house of Samuel Miranda, the house staff of Rhea Chakraborty and Sushant this morning. Rhea Chakraborty‘s house was also raided by the NCB team at 6.40 am. At the same time, Samuel was surprised to see the NCB team at his home. (Also Read : LEAKED : Sensational WhatsApp chat between Showik and Rhea Chakraborty )
In the Sushant Singh case, the drug connection of Rhea and her brother Showik has been revealed. A conversation about drugs came up in many of their chats. After this, taking the biggest action this morning, the NCB team raided Rhea’s house. This raid of NCB lasted for 4 hours. NCB summoned Rhea’s brother Showik at 9:45 am and the team took Showik with them at 11:20 am. Rhea’s brothers Showik, Samuel Miranda, drug paddlers Zaid, and Basit will also be interrogated face to face at the NCB office.
The NCB team thoroughly searched Rhea’s entire house. They also searched Rhea-Showik’s car, along with their mobile, laptop, and hard disk. The NCB has seized phones and other electronic devices from Rhea’s house. This includes Rhea’s old mobile phone, Showik’s laptop, and some other documents. No drugs have been recovered from Rhea’s house. According to reports, Rhea’s family was fully supportive during the investigation. 8 officers of the NCB team were present at her house. Mumbai Police along with NCB was also present at Rhea’s house. KPS Malhotra, deputy director of NCB was also present there.
The NCB team reached Samuel Miranda’s house at around 7 am, but no one opened the gate for 5-10 minutes. In the morning, Samuel was surprised to see the NCB team at his residence. For 2 hours the search operation of the team of NCB went on at Samuel’s house. Sources reveal that the NCB team has not received any major recovery from Samuel’s house. After the raid, the NCB team detained Samuel at 9.20 am. There was a media gathering outside Samuel’s house, so the NCB team thought it is better to take Samuel to the office for interrogation.