Rhea Chakraborty's lawyer, Satish Maneshinde issues a statement over Police comment about being "duty-bound" to register FIR against SSR's sisters | Business Upturn

Rhea Chakraborty’s lawyer, Satish Maneshinde issues a statement over Police comment about being “duty-bound” to register FIR against SSR’s sisters

Rhea Chakraborty’s lawyer, Satish Maneshinde, has issued an official statement after the police said they are ‘duty-bound’ to register FIR against SSR’s sisters.


Rhea Chakraborty has filed an FIR against the sisters of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, Neetu Singh and Priyanka Singh, alleging them of making fake prescriptions and giving medicines to the actor without any consultation. However, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has called the FIR filed by Rhea a matter of speculation in front of the Bombay High Court and has requested the court to turn down the complaint as per the petition filed by the sister duo.

According to the recent update, the Mumbai Police has filed an affidavit which states that they are “duty-bound” to register a case as it is a disclosed commission of an offence. The Mumbai Police is being reported to submit the affidavit, seeking dismissal of the petition filed by the sister duo of Sushant Singh Rajput.

Soon after this statement by the Police, Rhea’s lawyer, Satish Maneshinde, officially issued a statement which states, “The FIR filed by Rhea Chakraborty was for a specific offence of having forged a prescription and administered illegally, medicines which were already communicated to Sushant Singh Rajput by Priyanka Singh in her messages on 8th June 2020.  Those medicines were administered more so when the family was aware that SSR was addicted to Drugs and under treatment at Mumbai.”


He further mentioned that when SSR was unable to get the meds without any prescription, his sisters forged fake prescriptions from a doctor who was not a certified mental health expert, in order to supply their brother with medicines. According to Satish, the doctor who prescribed the medicines, currently under questioning, fall under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS), as he fallaciously predicted that Sushant Singh Rajput was an OPD registered person whereas he was right in the city.