Sushant Singh Rajput’s sad demise has been a major blow to the nation and fans have been eager for their beloved actor to attain justice. While the investigation has repeatedly seen a plethora of developments, Enforcement Directorate (ED) has summoned Rhea Chakraborty, at Friday on August 7, 2020.
The recent Times of India report suggests that the agency has discovered two major property investments by Rhea in Mumbai. The ED has tracked financial transactions with regard to property purchases. Rhea will be questioned about the recently discovered property investments by her in Mumbai.
The late actor’s girlfriend was issued summons post her chartered accountant’s (CA) questioning on Wednesday. Reportedly, Rhea’s CA skipped the summon and evaded ED investigating officers.
The report also quoted a source that revealed ED has established two major financial trails in which Chakraborty has been found having invested money in the purchase of properties. This is being investigated in the light of Sushant’s father’s charge that money was siphoned off from his son’s accounts.
On July 31, the ED lodged a money laundering case against Rhea Chakraborty in connection with the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Reportedly, the case has been filed for "suspicious transactions" worth Rs 15 crore which was transacted from the actor's account and proceeds from the alleged crime, as claimed by his family.
The agency has taken note of an FIR by Bihar Police, registered against actress Rhea Chakraborty and some others to slap criminal charges under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) in its complaint.
In a shocking turn of events, Sushant’s father K K Singh has filed an FIR against Rhea Chakraborty and five other people for abetment of suicide at Rajiv Nagar Police Thana in Patna. In a 5-page complaint against Rhea, he claimed that the actress made Sushant move houses, change phone numbers and also change his personal bodyguard and staff.
Reportedly, Rhea and five other individuals have been booked under IPC Section 306 (Abetment of suicide), Sec 341 (Punishment for wrongful restraint), Sec 342 (Punishment for wrongful confinement), Sec 380 (Theft in dwelling house), Sec 406 (Punishment for criminal breach of trust), and Sec 420 (Cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property).