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Sushant Singh Rajput’s Sisters FEAR Getting Arrested?

Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput's sisters fear that they might get arrested by CBI.

It’s been over 4 months of the investigation and the mysterious case of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death is yet to be solved. The investigating agencies didn’t find any evidence against Sushant’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty which could prove that she either killed or drove him to suicide. No evidence of financial fraud was found either. Rhea had earlier filed a complaint against Sushant’s sister for sending illegal prescription to Sushant a week before his death.

She claimed that the sisters, Priyanka and Meetu Singh hatched a conspiracy and obtained a false prescription containing banned medicines and sent it to Sushant without supervising dose and quantity which may have resulted into a chronic anxiety attack and resulted in Sushant’s suicide. Rhea said that in 5 days after he started taking the medication suggested by his sister, Sushant was dead.

Rhea’s complaint also mentioned, “Sushant was very much in Mumbai, Maharashtra and not in New Delhi. That is also surprising that Dr Tarun Kumar being a Cardiologist thought it is fit to prescribe medications to a person he did not know and had never met with Psychotropic substances. There is nothing to indicate that there was ever any teleconference held between Sushant and the accused doctor.”

Priyanka and Meetu have requested the Bombay High Court for an early hearing of their petition. It is reported that they fear that they could be arrested by the CBI at any moment.

When the court asked that why the sisters are in such a hurry, the advocate who is appearing for the sisters told the court that since there is already an FIR against the sisters, they are already an accused in the case, and this is why they fear that they could be arrested any time. The court will now be hearing the petition on November 4.

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