(NCB) has opposed the bail application filed by
, who was arrested in a drug case linked with
‘s death case and stated that he is an active member of drug syndicate connected with drug supplies.
While opposing the bail to Showik, NCB said that if released on bail he may temper with the evidence and also will try to win the witness by using her (Rhea) position in the society and money power.
“Accused Rhea Chakraborty has acknowledged their statements and her role explained. During statement present accused Rhea Chakraborty revealed about her involvement in procurement of drug and financial transaction and also her instructions to
and applicant Showik Chakraborty in this regard. Therefore it is clear from statement that applicant is an active member of drug syndicate connected with drug supplies,” read the
NCB’s reply in the Special Sessions Court at Mumbai.
According to NCB’s reply, as per the statement of Showik he was making payment for the drugs which are taken delivery by Samuel Mirinda and Dipesh Sawant for handing over those drugs to Rajput.
“Therefore it is clear that the drugs which were financed were not meant for personal consumption but for
supplying the same to other person. Therefore 27 A of NDPS Act 1985 is clearly applicable and applicant cannot
escape clutches of law,” it said.
NCB said that Showik gave a statement that he has dealt with drug on behalf of Rajput or otherwise and paid the amount for the drugs delivered to Samuel Miranda, Dipesh Sawant and others.
“Therefore it is clear that he had actively aided, abetted and financed other accused person for the drug
transaction in pursuance to criminal