Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s sisters — Priyanka and Meetu Singh — have issued a rejoinder to actor Rhea Chakraborty’s reply to their petition to quash an FIR in opposition to them. Rhea, who was courting Sushant on the time of his loss of life, has accused them of illegally acquiring medicines for Sushant, days earlier than his loss of life by suicide.
Priyanka and Meetu have stated that the case in opposition to them was primarily based on “a concocted story” and “unfounded allegations, unsubstantiated information, speculations and a deceptive criticism.”
According to The Times of India, the sisters have stated of their rejoinder, by way of their advocate Madhav Thorat, that Rhea “intentionally hid” a letter she had herself written on September 14 to the police by which she “conceded that an FIR can’t be registered beneath part 306 (abetment of suicide) IPC.”
On Tuesday, the Mumbai Police stated that it was obligation certain to research the sisters. The drive made the admission on Monday in an affidavit within the Excessive Courtroom, in search of dismissal of the petition filed by Priyanka and Meetu to quash the FIR lodged in opposition to them for alleged forgery and fabrication of a medical prescription for his or her brother, PTI reported.
The sisters stated of their rejoinder that the FIR was filed “maliciously” to “wreak vengeance” and harass them on account of a “private grudge” by making “preposterous allegations.”
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Rhea has been accused by Sushant’s father in an FIR of abetting the actor’s suicide and misappropriating his funds, amongst different offences. Rhea spent almost a month in jail on drugs-related costs. Sushant was discovered lifeless in his Bandra home on June 14.
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