Sushant Singh Rajput case: Rhea Chakraborty's FIR against sister Priyanka and Dr Tarun to be transferred to CBI | Business Upturn

Sushant Singh Rajput case: Rhea Chakraborty’s FIR against sister Priyanka and Dr Tarun to be transferred to CBI

Rhea has accused Sushant’s sisters formulated and obtained a fake prescription which contained banned medicines and took over the same without supervising the dose.


Rhea Chakraborty has now filed and FIR against Sushant‘s sisters Priyanka Singh, Meetu Singh, Dr.Tarun Kumar of Ram Manohar Lohiya hospital and others. She filed her FIR in Bandra Police Station while stating that the accused (Sushant’s sisters) hatched a conspiracy and got a false prescription on a government letterhead containing banned medications and annexed the same without supervising dose and the quantity of it to be given, which may result into a chronic anxiety attack and resulted into the commission of suicide.

Rhea in her statement for this FIR has said that on 8th June’s morning she saw Sushant’s sister Priyanka’s text in Sushant’s phone where she asked him to take all these tablets. She confronted Sushant and asked him to not to take those medicines but he didn’t agree with her and asked her to leave the house. Rhea says it was a forge prescription as it mentioned Sushant as an OPD patient and these medicines can’t be prescribed based on telephonic consultation.

Rhea further states that Meetu and Priyanka were beneficiaries of Sushant’s bank accounts and always wanted to control his finances. She also mentioned that when Sushant went to Chandigarh to meet Nitu Singh and OP Singh in January 2020, when he came back, he stopped taking his medicines prescribed be Dr Kersi Chawda on the instance of Meetu and Neetu Singh.


Mumbai police filed an FIR under IPC 306- abetment to suicide, IPC 420 – cheating, IPC 464-  making a false document, IPC 465- punishment for forgery, IPC 466- forgery of record of court or public register.
IPC (certificate or document purporting to be made by a public servant in his official capacity), IPC 120 B- criminal conspiracy, IPC 34- common intention.
FIR also has sections of NDPS act. Section 8(1)- prohibition of cultivating any coca plant or gather any portion of the coca plant, section 21- Punishment for contravention in relation to manufactured drugs and preparations, section 22- Punishment for contravention in relation to psychotropic substances, section 29 – Punishment for abetment and criminal conspiracy.