Actor Rhea Chakraborty’s lawyer Satish Maneshinde has issued an announcement after Mumbai Police stated in court docket on Tuesday that they have been ‘duty-bound’ to register an FIR towards late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s sisters. He stated that the sisters gave him wrongfully-prescribed medicines whereas being conscious of his psychological health situation.
The metropolis police on Monday filed an affidavit within the HC searching for dismissal of the petition filed by Rajput’s sisters – Priyanka Singh and Meetu Singh – to quash the FIR lodged towards them for alleged forgery and fabrication of a medical prescription for his or her brother. “The FIR (against Priyanka and Meetu) was registered based on the information provided by the first informant (Chakraborty) disclosing commission of offence,” the affidavit stated.
As per a ZoomTV report, Maneshinde has stated in his assertion that the sisters administered the medicines illegally to Sushant. “The FIR filed by Rhea Chakraborty was for a specific offence of having forged a prescription and administered illegally, medicines which were already communicated to Sushant Singh Rajput by Priyanka Singh in her messages on 8th June 2020. Those medicines were administered more so when the family was aware that SSR was addicted to Drugs and under treatment at Mumbai,” he stated.
He added that the medicine got on prescription of a physician who was not an knowledgeable on psychological health points. The physician dedicated an offence ‘falling under the NDPS (Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances) Act by falsely depicting that Sushant was an OPD registered person when the actor was very much in the city’.
The lawyer also talked about Rhea’s exit from Sushant’s residence on June 8. He stated that Sushant was suggested by as many as 5 drs to abstain from medicine holding in thoughts his psychological state. However, he refused to take action, which made Rhea depart his residence.
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The Mumbai Police of their affidavit also claimed that the wrongfully administered medicines could have led to administration of psychotropic substances with out precise examination of Sushant by the physician and will have induced and contributed in his suicidal dying, the police stated within the affidavit. “This version of the informant disclosed cognisable offences warranting investigation and requiring no preliminary enquiry. Therefore, the Mumbai police were duty-bound to register the FIR,” the affidavit stated.
A bench of Justices S S Shinde and M S Karnik will take up the plea for listening to on Wednesday. Sushant, 34, was discovered lifeless at his residence in suburban Bandra on June 14 this yr.
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