Today, Dipesh Sawant has been arrested in Sushant Singh Rajput death case. He is SSR’s cook and has been involved in drugs procurement. He will be presented at the court tomorrow at 11 AM.
Showik Chakraborty has confessed during his interrogation with the NCB that he used to arrange the drugs on his sister Rhea’s instructions. He also stated that Samuel Miranda used to arrange it and bring it to Sushant’s home. Showik also was in touch with many drug peddlers.
As per the latest update coming in Sushant Singh Rajput’s case, Rhea Chakraborty’s close associate Samuel Miranda has apparently confessed to the Narcotics Control Bureau that he was the one procuring drugs for the late actor’s house.
On Friday, NCB had picked up Rhea’s brother Showik and Samuel Miranda after a raid at their respective houses. Post that, they were reportedly taken to the NCB headquarters for grilling. Currently, their grilling is underway and several facts related to the alleged drug chats may be uncovered.
As per a Times Now report, Samuel, who was a close associate of Rhea and Sushant’s house manager, he has reportedly confessed to the NCB that he was the one purchasing drugs for Sushant’s house. However, details about for whom he was getting these are not yet known.
The report further revealed that Samuel and Showik were first individually grilled by the NCB and later cross-questioning was done. Reportedly, the news channel mentioned that Showik has apparently denied the allegations. The news channel also reported that apparently no arrest may be made today evening in the case.
The report further stated that no confessions regarding Rhea have yet been made by Showik or Samuel. Over the past few days, certain drug-related chats had been uncovered by the Enforcement Directorate and post that, the agency wrote to NCB and they got involved.
Reportedly, chats between Showik and Samuel Miranda were allegedly discovered and based on that the NCB conducted a raid on Friday morning at their houses. As per reports, Samuel had been picked up for questioning under the provisions of the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985.