First, AIIMS report ruled out the murder theory in Sushant Singh Rajput case. Then, Bombay High Court said that Rhea Chakraborty is “not part of chain of drug dealers” and that she “has no criminal antecedents”.
And now, ED has stated that nothing suspicious has been found in Sushant Singh Rajput’s financial transactions and that the complained registered by the late actor’s family was based on “misconception,” reports Mumbai Mirror.
ED has been probing Sushant’s financial accounts and activities and it says that his family didn’t have any clue about his finances. They have found no suspicious activity from any of SSR’s accounts, a source from the agency told the publication.
“So far nothing suspicious or irregular has been found in the ED probe into (Rajput’s) finances, including those pertaining to transactions from his bank accounts, funds, and other financial activities. The probe is still on, though,” a source told the daily.
Based on the FIR filed by his family at Patna police station, a case was filed by ED under provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) after the actor’s father accused Rhea and her family of using his money for their own benefit. He had alleged that Rs 15 crore was siphoned off from SSR’s account.
The probe in the case in still going on and an official announcement on the result remains awaited.
Source: India Times