New Delhi: As the CBI is investigating Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death situation, mystery associated to his demise continues to haunt his supporters, family members and pals. The current drug conspiracy has opened a can of worms with new developments unravelling surprising facts each and every day.
It has been learnt that a man or woman recognized as Khatri provided medication to Sushant and Rhea. He is reportedly a best-notch supplier in Mumbai. In accordance to claims produced by workers members Sohail and Ashok, the Nagpur and Nashik police is also concerned in facilitating the drug provide.
Sushant’s 3 sisters Nitu, Meetu and Priyanka Singh have been at the Waterstone resort from November 25 to 26, 2019. The 3 of them had come to get Sushant with them to Chandigarh permanently.
Reportedly, Rhea Chakraborty was also existing at the resort on individuals dates but none of the sisters allow Sushant meet his girlfriend. On the other hand, in spite of all of this, Rhea and Sushant managed to meet in the lobby of the resort although the sisters have been in a exclusive suit, booked for the late actor.
One particular of the workers members of Sushant overheard the sisters speaking that ‘once Bhai moves to Chandigarh all of his residence will come to us sisters’. The workers member allegedly informed all of this to Sushant, who then refused to go to Chandigarh and the sisters left the hotel, perhaps angry.
Sushant reportedly then went back to Rhea’s Juhu apartment and did not communicate with of his 3 sisters for a month.
Manager Shruti Modi’s attorney Ashok Sarogi meanwhile, has named Khatri for the alleged drug conspiracy. Khatri is the son of a Mumbai builder who is higher and mighty in political circles.
He reportedly attends Bollywood events and is typically witnessed with all the significant celebrities. Sarogi alleged Khatri has relations with highly effective men and women. He not only has connections in Bollywood but also has excellent relations with political events. Khatri is a best supplier of medication.