The petition filed by the two sisters of the late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput has been adjourned to January 7 by the Bombay High Court.

The two men appealed for the cancellation of an FIR filed by Emperor Ria, alleging that he had purchased a “fake medical prescription” for his brother without telemedicine.

The sisters’ attorneys requested the adjournment.

Mumbai police have lodged an FIR following a complaint filed in September by Rhea. According to reports, the FIR was filed against the Rajput sisters, Priyanka Singh and Metu Singh, and a doctor for allegedly forging prescription drugs under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, 1985.

Reports said the drugs were collected shortly before the actor’s tragic death on June 14.

Rajput (34) was found hanging in his Bandra residence. While initial reports suggest it was a suicide case, Rajput’s family has accused the actor of ‘murdering’ him. The case, which was being investigated by the Mumbai police for a month, was handed over to the CBI, who joined the NCB and ED to investigate from all angles.

A recent report from the All India Medical Sciences Institute’s oncology team has reportedly ruled out the ‘murder’ angle of the case. However, the CBI has yet to disclose its findings in this regard.


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