The Narcotics Control Bureau summoned several elite Bollywood celebrities as part of an investigation into the drug link, which is apparently linked to the death case of Sushant Singh Rajput.
Celebrities who were just a few months old such as Sara Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor, Rahul Preet Singh and a few others have made headlines for allegedly being linked to the cartel.
Amid the media coverage of the death case, Rakul Preet followed a legal path after his name was used in reports. Today, few major news channels have been asked to broadcast the actress’s apology.
The News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA) has now reportedly ordered three news stations to apologize on the air for their reporting on actor Rakul Preet Singh’s alleged links to the late actor, Sushant Singh Rajput.
According to Live Law’s latest tweet, Zee News, Zee24 and Zee Hindustani were all ordered to broadcast the apology on December 17th.
In addition to this, the broadcasting authority also directed Times Now, IndiaTV, India Today, News Nation, Aaj Tak and ABP News to remove their online reports and social media posts about the actress that have hashtags. deceptive.
Conversely, Rakul Preet Singh had filed a plea in the Delhi High Court against media information that mentioned his name in the list of defendants in the drug cartel case. The cartel is still under investigation by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB).
Delhi High Court Directs Centre to File Status Report on Actor Rakul Preet Singh’s Plea, Actor Seeks to Implead Other Channels @Rakulpreet,@ZeeNews,@TimesNow,@IndiaToday,@aajtak,@shreyagarwal_12 https://t.co/gzEBx6IZeK
— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) December 11, 2020