A month and half into the actor’s suicide, Rajput’s father K.K. Singh levies some serious allegations against the Jalebi  actress
By Mayur Lookhar
She had wanted a CBI investigation [Central Bureau of Investigation] against into Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide, but there could be trouble for Chakraborty and her family after the late actor’s father levied some serious allegations against the Jalebi  actress. Rajput’s father K.K Singh had filed a FIR against Chakraborty, her family, on 25 July at Rajeev Nagar police station in Patna, Bihar.
A copy of the FIR [First Information Report] has been doing the rounds wherein Rajput’s father K.K. Singh has made some stunning allegations against the actress. Principal among them is that Chakraborty allegedly took away cash and jewellery from Rajput’s house when she dumped him on 8 June 2020. Also, Chakraborty had threatened to make his medical report public.
“After going through the bank records of his son, I found out that Rs17 crore were spent over a period of one year. Out of this Rs15 crore was transferred to an account which has nothing to do with Sushant. All bank accounts must be checked to see how much money did Rhea use from them,” claimed Rajput’s father K.K. Singh.
According to Singh, his son wanted to travel to Coorg, Kerala with his friend Mahesh [Shetty] to look for land for organic farming, but that was opposed by Chakraborty who allegedly threatened to make his medical report public if he went ahead with the trip. “When my son objected to it, Rhea felt that she didn’t need him anymore. After this she took away my son’s cash, laptop, jewellery, credit cards, medical papers,” alleged Singh.
The senior Rajput has also alleged that Chakraborty forced Rajput to have excess dose of medicines and thwarted attempts by Rajput’s family to meet him. Singh has raised question marks over the doctors who examined his son,
The Rajeev Nagar police has booked Chakraborty, her brother Showik, parents, Rajput’s manager Shruti Modi under various sections of the Indian Penal code – 306 (abetment to suicide) . 342 (wrongful confinement), 380 (theft), 406 (criminal breach of trust), 420 (cheating), 506 (criminal intimidation), 120 (criminal conspiracy) – and also charged them under the Mental Health Care Act.