Mumbai, August 7
Actor Rhea Chakraborty, accused of abetting Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajputs suicide, on Friday sought the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to postpone recording of her assertion within the cash laundering case lodged by it until her plea within the Supreme Court is heard.
Chakrabortys advocate Satish Maneshinde stated the actor wouldn’t seem earlier than the ED, which has summoned her on Friday, until the Supreme Court hears her plea.
Chakraborty had filed a petition within the Supreme Court looking for for the case lodged by the Bihar police towards her to be transferred to the Mumbai police.
Rajputs father Okay Okay Singh had on July 25 filed a grievance with the Patna police towards Chakraborty and some of her relations, accusing them of dishonest and abetting his son’s suicide.
Singh had additionally alleged monetary irregularities in financial institution accounts of the Patna-born Rajput (34), who was discovered hanging in his suburban Bandra residence on June 14.
Based on the grievance, the Patna police had filed an FIR towards Chakraborty, Rajputs girlfriend, and others.
The ED had on July 31 registered a cash laundering case towards Chakraborty and her household, and directed her to seem earlier than the central company’s Mumbai workplace on Friday (August 7).
Maneshinde stated the actor wouldn’t seem earlier than the ED on Friday.
She has requested for a postponement of recording her assertion until the Supreme Court listening to (on her plea), he stated.
Maneshinde stated the ED has not but responded to the request. PTI