Mumbai. Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has clamped down on Rhea Chakravarty (Rhea Charkravarty) in the Drugs Connection related to the Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Raput death case. Due to this, he is in judicial custody till September 22 and is lodged in Byculla Jail in Mumbai. Riya’s first night was cut in Byculla jail on Wednesday.
Riya in a separate cell
Explain that the bail petition of all the accused (except drug smuggler Anuj Keshwani), including Riya, will be heard today. According to the news, Indrani Mukherjee is also an accused in the Sheena Bora murder case in the barrack right next to Riya Chakraborty’s cell. Riya is kept in a separate cell, not in the common barracks. This decision has been taken by the jail administration keeping in mind Riya’s safety.
Riya’s first night in jail
Riya, the main accused in the case, was sent to jail after noon. When Riya Chakraborty came to Mumbai’s Byculla Jail, she was given a place in a separate cell, not in the normal barracks. According to jail sources, Riya was given dinner, which consisted of two rotis, rice, lentils and vegetables.
One night was also spent in NCB lockup
Let us know that Riya was arrested by the NCB on Tuesday and after being produced in the court, a local magistrate of Mumbai sent Riya to judicial custody till late on Tuesday, 22 September. Because according to the jail manual, there is no entry of any prisoner in the night, Riya was kept in the lockup of NCB on Tuesday night. He was sent to jail the next day on Wednesday.
Riya’s bail hearing today
Riya Chakraborty, arrested in the drugs angle related to the Sushant case, filed a bail plea in a sessions court in Mumbai on Wednesday, which will be heard today. Riya was arrested by NCB. On Tuesday, the magistrate court refused to grant him bail. Riya has since tried for bail a second time. Significantly, this petition has been filed by her lawyer Satish Maneshinde and the 28-year-old actress has claimed to be ‘innocent’ in it. The petition states that he has not committed any crime and he has been implicated in the case. The court will hear the matter today and give its verdict.