According to a recent report by a news channel, the bail petitions of Riya Chakraborty and Shoek Chakraborty are likely to be filed in the Bombay High Court today by lawyer Satish Maneshinde. Both RAI and Shoaik were remanded in custody in connection to the case of Sushant Singh Rajput.
According to the Times Now report, the Bombay High Court heard the bail petition for two days i.e. on Monday and Thursday. According to a sessions court order dismissing Riya and Shyak’s bail plea to their lawyer on Monday, they apparently could not file a bail petition. However, now, as per the latest update, Riya and Schoick’s lawyer are likely to oppose the Sessions court’s decision on their bail application today and file a bail petition in the Bombay High Court today. Both Riya and Shoik were arrested by the NCB in the Sushant Singh Rajput case for alleged drug chat.
Apart from this, the report also said that drug peddler Zaid Vilatra, arrested by the NCB, is also expected to challenge the remand under Section 482 through video conferencing in the Bombay High Court. While Riya and Shoik’s bail was dismissed by the sessions court, their lawyer is likely to file a bail petition today in Bombay HC for immediate hearing, so that they can get time for their application on Thursday. According to the news channel’s report, if it does not, they can apply for the date of next Monday. Currently, Riya Baikula is in jail after her arrest over an alleged drug syndicate connection.
Meanwhile, according to reports, Jaya Saha and Shruti Modi have also been summoned by the NCB today, as their names have also been posted by the Enforcement Directorate along with Riya and Shyik in the alleged drug chat. Meanwhile, a CBI probe into Sushant’s death is underway and the ED is investigating a money laundering angle put by KK Singh in his FIR. Sushant Singh Rajput died on 14 June 2020 at his home in Mumbai.
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