As per the recent developments in the case, Rhea Chakraborty has filed a case against Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Priyanka Singh, Dr. Tarun Kumar of Delhi hospital, and other under the section of IPC and Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act at Bandra Police Station in Mumbai.
Rhea has filed the complaint with Mumbai Police requesting them an FIR to be registered against them under the IPC, NDPS Act, and Telemedicine Practice Guidelines.
In the complaint, Rhea wrote, “Priyanka Singh started touching to my body with unusual behaviour and then she started molesting me and started demanding sexual relationship.”
Rhea also complained that,
“appears to have prescribed medication controlled under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 to Sushant without any consultation as mandated by law.” The complaint further stated that the “drugs prescribed by the doctor (Dr Tarun Kumar) were prohibited from being prescribed electronically under the Telemedicine Practice Guidelines, 2020.”
Sushant Singh’s lawyer said that if the Police accept the case, then the case will be taken to Supreme Court.
Lawyer, Vikas Singh added,
“I have been given a complaint filed by Rhea Chakraborty in Bandra police station. It is an effort to keep jurisdiction of Mumbai police in this matter when SC said complaints concerning the death of Sushant Singh Rajput will be investigated by CBI. So this is clear attempt to somehow keep the Mumbai Police active in this matter so that they can do some mischief and ensure that the family of Sushant does not get justice in this matter,”
He further added,
“This is a clear attempt to divert the mind of the people and derail the probe. The family was not aware of this intensive drug angle. If Bandra Police accepts the complaint, it will be a violation of the order of Supreme Court and hence a contempt of the court. If Bandra Police proceeds with it, we will take the matter to the Supreme Court under contempt of court,”
Vikas further explained the situation,
“The Telecommunication guidelines are of Medical Council of India (MCI) and there is no police jurisdiction in such a matter. MCI guidelines are not under the jurisdiction of the Police. Filing such a complaint and asking police to carry out an illegal probe too is a punishable offence under IPC. As far as the prescription is concerned, we are only dealing with the complaint but if this prescription comes at the stage of the trial, then we will see.”