Milind Soman on Rhea Chakraborty’s arrest: ‘The whole idea of civilization is how we treat each other’

After Rhea Chakraborty was arrested for procurement and consumption of medication in Sushant Singh Rajput case, many celebs have prolonged help to her. Actor Milind Soman was fast to counsel how rampant use of marijuana is in our nation.

Milind wrote late Tuesday, “What is the difference between bhaang, gaanja, marijuana and weed, and are any of these legal in India ? #Popquiz.”

Criticising everybody hounding Rhea over the difficulty, Milind additionally tweeted, “The whole idea of civilization is how we treat each other. If we can’t treat another person like a human being, as we would want ourselves treated, with respect and dignity, no matter who they are or where they are from, then we are not civilized.”

 

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), on Tuesday, arrested Rhea, stating of their remand software that she is an lively member of a “drug syndicate” and used to handle funds for drug procurement together with the late actor Sushant.She has been despatched to 14-day judicial custody after her bail plea was rejected by the court docket. Rhea’s arrest got here three days after the arrest of her brother Showik and Rajput’s home supervisor Samuel Miranda. .

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Rhea and Sushant have been in a live-in relationship and had been relationship for over a 12 months. Sushant died by suicide on June 14 and a month later, his father filed an FIR in opposition to Rhea below prices of abetment to suicide.

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