Rishabh Sachdeva is a Mumbai-based Businessman, son of Rakesh Sachdev, and is the owner of Jyoti Group.
|Father’s Name||Rakesh Sachdev|
|Schooling||Don Bosco School|
|College||Mithibai College, Mumbai.|
Rishabh Sachdeva, as claimed by Nawab Malik, is the brother-in-law of Mohit Bhartiya alias Mohit Kamboj. Nawab Malik said Rishabh was allowed to go after his father and uncle reached the NCB office.
Who is Rishabh Sachdeva?
Rishabh Sachdeva is a known businessman from Mumbai. Son of Rakesh Sachdeva, he owns Jyoti Group. He took over this group in September 2010 and since then there has been no looking back for this dynamic businessman. Hailing from Mumbai, he was born on 24th November 1989 giving him all the exposure he wanted to become a business leader. Today he is an ace businessman and an upcoming film producer. He completed his schooling at Don Bosco School and College from Mithibai College, Mumbai.
Rishabh Sachdeva Controversies
How NCB released 3 detainees, rave party raids pre-planned: NCP
In a sensational revelation, the Nationalist Congress Party on Saturday claimed that the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) released 3 detainees including the kin of a senior BJP leader, and termed the ship rave party raid as “a pre-planned conspiracy”.
Addressing media persons, NCP National Spokesperson and Minority Affairs Minister Nawab Malik said that a total of 11 persons were detained after the swoop on the ship (October 2), including Aryan Khan, the son of Bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan.
“Later, that night 3 persons were allowed to go by the NCB officials. They are Rishabh Sachdev, the nephew of a BJP leader Mohit Bharatiya (formerly, Kamboj), Amir Furniturewala, and Pratik Gabha. The NCB must reply why they were released from detention,” Malik demanded.