Sushant Rajput Case: Bihar Police Asked In Supreme Court Why Mumbai Police Started Investigation Without Filed FIR Against Rhea Chakraborty

During a hearing in the Supreme Court on Tuesday, the Bihar Police called the Mumbai Police investigation into the death of Sushant Singh Rajput a sham and claimed that the police in Mumbai were ‘hiding the facts under political pressure’. The Bihar government’s counsel told the apex court, “Mumbai police could not investigate Rajput’s death on the basis of accidental death report after the post-mortem report was available on June 25.” Also Read – Suraj Pancholi angry over adding name in Sushant-Disha Salian case, complaint lodged

The lawyer said, “What kind of investigation has the Mumbai Police been doing for the last 50 days? The process of investigation report cannot be over and most importantly, nothing is pending in Mumbai at the moment. ” Also Read – SSR Case: ED’s questions on Sushant’s flatmate Pithani, second questioning, clues found?

Advocating Maharashtra Sarkara before Justice Hrishikesh Roy, senior advocate A.M. Singhvi said, “The sensationalism associated with this transfer petition is tremendous.” Also Read – Playing lacquer bean will not have any effect, ‘Nagin’ Hina Khan will leave the enemies bothered

He said, “Every reporter, anchor and lawyer has become judge, jury, executioner in a way. I do not know whether his death was murder or suicide, but I can say that there is an attempt to kill CRPC here. ”

The Bihar government also said in the Supreme Court that the Mumbai Police never filed an FIR in the Sushant case. In any case it is necessary to have an FIR for investigation. But the Mumbai Police consistently delayed the case.

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