Rhea Chakraborty’s legal advisor Satish Maneshinde has denied reports guaranteeing that the actress uncovered names of Bollywood famous people during her cross examination with the CBI, NCB and the ED.
Contrary to reports doing the rounds, the legal counselor said in a meeting with CNNNews18 that Rhea “did not name any Bollywood actors” throughout her cross examinations with the different offices.
Addressing the claimed ‘drug chats’ of big name administrator Jaya Sara that brought out names of stars like Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor, Madhu Mantena, Maneshinde stated, “What Jaya has done is as far as anyone is concerned.”
Representing his customer, he stated, ” What Jaya had done for Sushant Singh Rajput and Rhea Chakraborty, was send CBD oil, which is an extract of ganja leaves and is not a narcotics substance.”
“The bottle of the CBD oil shows that it doesn’t contain any narcotics substance,” he said.
In his meeting, he included that the three focal offices testing the case, “have gone on a witch hunt.”
Maneshinde affirmed that the offices have “found nothing” in the cases and asserted, “to divert the attention of the nation, the NCB is going after these film actresses and Bollywood people because it will get the most publicity.”
He likewise expressed that the NCB ought to go to the worldwide outskirts and find the individuals sneaking opiates substances from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Burma, Nepal and other such places.
Rhea Chakraborty, who was captured in the medications case identified with actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, said in her bail supplication documented in the Bombay High Court that she is guiltless and that the NCB is “deliberately” attempting to conjure severe charges against her and her family.
She additionally said that she has been exposed to a “witch-hunt”.
In her bail application documented in the HC on Tuesday, Chakraborty said she is simply 28 years old, what’s more the test by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), she has been exposed to three additional examinations by police and focal offices, and a “simultaneous media trial”.
“The applicant (Chakraborty) is innocent and has not committed any crime whatsoever,” the request said.
The court is relied upon to hear her request tomorrow.