NCB chief: Rhea Chakraborty’s case reveals drug racket having links on the International level like Dubai and Terror groups!

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The CBI, ED and NCB has been investigating the mysterious death case of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. There are several shocking revelation are coming out in the case with each passing day. The NCB has recently arrested Rhea Chakraborty, her brother Showik, SSR‘s staff Dipesh Sawant, Samuel Miranda on charges of procuring drugs. Currently, they all are in judicial custody.

Meanwhile, NCB’s director general, Mr. Rakesh Asthana has now opened up on the current case in an exclusive conversation with the Outlook magazine.

The NCB chief begins by stating that the agency is relentless in connection with Rhea Chakraborty‘s case until they can get to the core of the drug racket. He reportedly also admits that the cartels are trying to push drugs into the country. Talking about the current case, Rakesh Asthana says that it isn’t a small one. He added that it reveals a systematic drug racket that has links on the international level like that of Dubai and terror groups.

Reportedly, he also says that the drugs are brought for rave parties and that the money procured is used for narco-terror. According to Asthana, curated marijuana buds cost around Rs 8 lakh per kg. He then states that people like Rhea Chakraborty cannot be condoned as they serve as role models to whom the youngsters look up to.

While talking about NCB‘s possible probe on Bollywood after Rhea‘s statement, the chief says that the agency is collecting evidence for the same. After that, they will be reportedly going for the ‘big guns.’

Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Case: Rhea Chakraborty Confessed of consuming drugs during NCB probe

(Source: OUTLOOK INDIA, Pinkvilla)

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