The Narcotics Control Bureau is investigating the drug angle in Sushant Singh Rajput‘s death case. The ED had shared the evidence of the use and procurement of drugs which was found from Rhea Chakraborty’s WhatsApp chats. On August 26, the NCB filed a complaint against Rhea and her brother Showik under several sections for using and procuring drugs.
NCB has been probing the drug angle of the case and on September 4, the agency raided Showik’s and Samuel Miranda’s house respectively and later arrested them. They were sent to NCB’s custody till September 9 on Saturday. Now, another member who was involved in the drug nexus apart from Rhea, Showik, and Samuel Miranda was the late actor’s house help Dipesh Sawant.
The agency on September 4 arrested Dipesh Sawant and he was presented in the court today and now has been to NCB’s custody along with Showik and Samuel till September 9. NCB has confirmed that Dipesh Sawant is an active member of a drug syndicate. ANI has quoted NCB which revealed that based on statements of Dipesh Sawant, house help of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, & digital evidence collected by the agency, it’s clear that Dipesh is an active member of a drug syndicate connected with high society personalities & drug suppliers.
On the basis of statements of Dipesh Sawant, house help of late actor #SushantSinghRajput, & digital evidence collected by NCB, it's clear that Dipesh is an active member of drug syndicate connected with high society personalities & drug suppliers: Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). pic.twitter.com/B8jGMu0j0Z
— ANI (@ANI) September 6, 2020
Times Now accessed Dipesh statements to NCB which revealed that Dipesh in his statement has confessed that he has seen Sushant taking drugs and even said that the late actor wanted to quit Bollywood.
#Exclusive | TIMES NOW accesses Dipesh Sawant's statement to the NCB.
'Sushant wanted to quit Bollywood', says the statement.
— TIMES NOW (@TimesNow) September 6, 2020
Rhea Chakraborty has also been summoned by the NCB today and was mobbed when she was trying to her way to the bureau.