Mumbai HC granted bail to Rhea Chakraborty & observed that Section 27A of the NDPS Act was not applicable in the case.
After being in the NCB custody for almost a month, Riya Chakraborty was released on bail by the Mumbai High Court on Wednesday. Her lawyer Satish Manshinde said that Riya Chakraborty is currently at home but she will not sit silent and is fully prepared to fight and she is considering it.
While speaking to a news channel, her lawyer made it clear that Rhea is more distressed than him by how a section of the media vilified her and tried to malign her character in the society of which she will seek legal recourse now.
Her lawyer, Satish Manshinde said “We wish to do whatever is necessary in the law to fight the illegal, malicious campaign carried out against her by various channels, various media houses and various types of scums in the media world. Her sentiments are much stronger than mine.” She is a fighter, she is a tigress, she is a Bengali tigress and she will fight for it, ”he said.
He added, “His name and reputation remains intact. She will fight all the idiots who tried to spoil her ambition and her future. “
Rhea was arrested on September 8 over alleged drug-related charges and was sent to judicial custody of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). Rhea Chakraborty got bail from Bombay High Court on a personal bond of one lakh. Also, there is a restriction on her going abroad, so she will have to submit her passport. As long as she is out on bail, she has to appear before the Mumbai Police every 10 days. At the same time, if she leaves the city and goes somewhere, she will have to take permission. The court observed that Section 27A, punishment for illicit traffic and harboring offenders, was not applicable in the case.
Rhea Chakraborty has been facing serious allegations so far and people consider her responsible for Sushant’s death. Months have passed Many months have passed since Sushant Singh Rajput passed away and recently the CBI had said that it was Suicide and he rejected Murder Angle.