Rhea Chakraborty, the Bollywood actress has the permission given to defreex=ze her bak accounts after 10 months of freeze.
After late Bollywood actor, Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, Reha Chakraborty was booked for a drug case by the NCB and had her bank accounts frozen ever since.
She had sent out a plea for de-freezing her bank accounts and said that by professing she was an actor and that the NCB and FDs had her bank accounts dressed for no apparent reason, which was causing her nothing but trouble. She further states that she needed her account to pay off her employee’s salary and also to fulfill various tax liabilities including GST payments, etc. Her brother as well as dependent on her and she manages her lifestyle for the amount in that bank account, this freeze from months since 16/09/2020 was causing her prejudice, she states.
According to sources from Pinkvilla, her pela was opposed by the special Public Prosectyre Atul Sarpane who was representing the NCB and he stated that if accounts were to be de-freezed there are high chances the amount could be used for drug-related business. Therefore her urged for the rejection of the plea. The investigation offices, however, stated that it works to be best to leave this issue to the discretion of the court of India.
Special judge DB mane said, from the statement of the investigating officer, there seems to be no strong objection from the NCB side and in this circumstance, Rhea Chakraborty is entitled to defrezing of her bank accounts and FDs subject to conditions and undertaking supported by an affidavit stating that during the pendency and conclusion of the trial of the case, she shall make the balance amount, as shown in the concerned account as on 16/09/202 available for passing necessary orders, as shown ad when required.
Rhea Chakraborty after the plea approval also sought out the plea for the return of her gadgets, a Mckbook Pro Apple laptop, and Apple iPhone.Regarding the same, the court ordered the return of her gadgets on ‘Supurtnama’ after due verification and identification and executing an indemnity bond for Rs 1,00,000