Sushant Singh Rajput death case: Supreme Court orders CBI investigation

The Supreme Court on Wed. refused star Rhea Chakraborty’s petition to transfer the inquiry from Patna to Mumbai (Bombay) in Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise complaint. The court stated that stated Bihar(BR) govt has been proficient to give consent to CBI for probing into the Patna FIR.

A single-judge bench of Justice Hrishikesh Roy pronounced the judgment.

The bench conducted that the contents as revealed by this FIR lodged in Patna indicate that even Mumbai (Bombay) Police has jurisdiction.

The apex court had reserved its judgment on Chakraborty’s petition after ahearing on Aug 11.

In her petition, Chakraborty stated that the Bihar(BR) Police have no jurisdiction within the complaint & that the star’s demise has been being utilized for political gains in front of elections within the state. Heightened media attention & sensationalising of the complaint is the other field on that Chakraborty has sought the transfer of the complaint to Mumbai (Bombay).

On the basis of Rajput’s dad KK Singh’s case that Rhea Chakraborty has been accountable for abetment of his own son’s suicide, Patna Police lodged an FIR on Jul 25.

Singh also claimed that Chakraborty illegally transferred INR 15 crorefrom Rajput’s bank account(a/c). Although, the star has refused all allegations & retained that she’ll cooperate with an inquiry initiated by this Enforcement Directorate (ED). Meantime, Singh has been quizzed by this ED on his own son’s finances on Tue..

The Central Bureau of Inquiry (CBI) also lodged a complaint over Chakraborty & 3 members of her family (4) members.

Sushant Singh Rajput, 34, has been identified passed in his own Mumbai (Bombay) building on Jun 14.

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