NCB alleged that as per the available evidence, it was clear Rhea had conspired to procure, possess, sell and transport, “import interstate, export interstate” and was “dealing with ganja, marijuana and bud.”
On October 7, the Bombay high court, while granting Rhea bail, had found that there was no evidence to suggest she financed the drug trade, which was key to the charge.
NCB said the case was thoroughly investigated on the basis of seizures, voluntary disclosure statements and technical evidence.
NCB officials said that they will be filing a separate chargesheet soon against Komal Rampal, Swapna Pubby, Karishma Prakash and 14 others. It said the probe will continue.