Actor Rhea Chakraborty has been requested to look earlier than the Enforcement Directorate by Friday in an investigation into suspected cash laundering surrounding Sushant Singh Rajput’s dying.
The Enforcement Directorate had filed a cash laundering case over “suspicious transactions” value Rs 15 crore in reference to the dying of the Bollywood actor final week.
The case was filed after the company took word of a First Info Report or FIR by Bihar Police, which is investigating the actor’s dying and monetary transactions primarily based on a criticism by his household.
Sources within the company had informed NDTV it had registered an ECIR (Enforcement Case Info Report) on Friday and that it could “look into the allegation of suspicious transactions within the checking account of the actor. Suspected individuals shall be issued summons early subsequent week to hitch the probe”.
Police from Bihar’s Patna have camped in Mumbai for the previous week, inquiring into transactions and investments of two corporations arrange by Mr Rajput together with his girlfriend, Rhea Chakraborty, and her brother.
Their probe, set off by a criticism from Mr Rajput’s father that accuses Ms Chakraborty of illegally transferring cash from his son’s account and mentally harassing him, focusses on whether or not the investments had been authorized.