Riya Chakraborty has got a big relief from the court. Hearing Riya’s petition, the court has given her the decision to de-freeze the bank account. Not only this, but the court has also asked them to give back his laptop and mobile to him. However, for this, the court has also filled an indemnity bond of one lakh rupees.
NCB to defreeze Rhea Chakraborty’s bank account
After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, the NCB probing the drug case had frozen the accounts of actress Rhea Chakraborty. The special court on Wednesday ordered the unfreezing of their accounts. The court allowed Riya to use her bank accounts under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act. The court also directed them to return their gadgets like MacBook Pro and iPhone.
Hearing on Riya’s petition
According to a report by Bar & Bench. Hearing Riya’s plea, Special Judge DB Mane said under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act. There is no strong objection on the part of the Respondent (NCB) for deferring the said accounts. In such circumstances, the applicant (Riya Chakraborty) is entitled to defreeze the said bank accounts and FDs.
Read More: Patna Model Murder Exposed
The money can be used in the business of drugs
Special prosecutor Atul Sarpande, representing NCB in the court, opposed the petition saying that financial investigation is going on in the matter. It hasn’t been completed yet. Sarpande said that if the accounts are defrosted, it will hamper the investigation. The money deposited therein is also likely to be used for drug mafia and drug-related business.
defrosted accounts with conditions
After hearing the arguments, Special Judge DB Mane said. From the reply of the Investigating Officer, it seems. NCB’s objection to freezing Chakraborty’s bank accounts and FDs is not valid. In such a situation, Riya can use her bank accounts and FDs subject to conditions.
Gadgets returned with bond
In another petition, Riya Chakraborty had demanded. Their gadgets like MacBook, Laptop and iPhone should be returned to them. NCB’s lawyer Atul Sarpande said that his gadget has been seized and sent to the laboratory. Now they have to receive from there. On this, the court ordered that after identification and verification, Riya’s gadgets should be returned to her on a bond of one lakh rupees.