Following three days of addressing by the NCB, Rhea Chakraborty was captured by the Narcotics Control Bureau on Tuesday. The NCB had before captured Rhea’s sibling Showik Chakraborty, Sushant Singh Rajput’s home supervisor Samuel Miranda, among others. The becoming aware of Rhea and Showik’s bail request occurred yesterday at Mumbai meetings court, and now, as per Republic, Rhea Chakraborty and Showik’s bail supplication has been dismissed by the court. Mumbai Court Rejected Rhea Chakraborty’s Bail Plea; Now Showik Chakraborty To Approach Bombay High Court.

Republic reports that Rhea and Showik’s bail supplication has been dismissed by the Mumbai meetings court, which suggests that, Rhea, Showik, Miranda, Dipesh, Zaid, and Basit will stay in prison. Then, sources educated Republic that Rhea Chakraborty and sibling Showik will move toward the Bombay High Court, testing the meetings court’s structure. In the interim, Sushant’s companion Smita Parikh responded to the news and stated, “Unique court dismisses the bail request recorded by Rhea Chakraborty, her sibling Showik Chakraborty and all other denounced in the medication case.!!! Rhea delivery will hamper the medication case, dismissed bail supplication!! Bollywood presently toss your next card.”

Rhea Chakraborty, in her bail supplication had purportedly said that while she was in guardianship, she was pressured into making ‘self-implicating’ admissions.

As indicated by Times Of India, Rhea had moved the uncommon Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) court looking for bail and had withdrawn her announcement to the NCB. According to TOI, Rhea’s request expressed, “The NCB has utilized these fundamental realities to turn a bogus story that depicts Rhea as being somebody who funds the illegal traffic or holding of wrongdoers. There is no charge of Rhea having obtained or financed any medication at all outside of the period during which she was involved with Rajput.” Mumbai Court Rejected Rhea Chakraborty’s Bail Plea; Now Showik Chakraborty To Approach Bombay High Court.