Delhi based advocate points out flaws in Sushant Sing Rajput's mysterious death investigation; Raises key questions and orders for CBI probe

Sushant Singh Rajput's mysterious death investigation is going on and with each passing day, the requests to the government about transferring the case to CBI are going up
Written By Manoj Kumar | Updated: July 26, 2020 10:23 IST
Delhi based advocate points out flaws in Sushant Sing Rajput's mysterious death investigation; Raises key questions and orders for CBI probe

Mumbai police officials are currently investigating the facts into the sudden demise of Sushant Singh Rajput. Filing a case of a mysterious death, the cops started their investigation already. Meanwhile, requests are coming up to the government of Maharashtra, that the case should be transferred to CBI. Prominent personalities like Rhea Chakraborty, Shekhar Suman, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy and others have already raised requests on the same. The latest to join is a Delhi based advocate Ishkaran Singh Bhandari. Bhandari points out the flaws in the investigation that happened so far.
 
Ishkaran Singh Bhandari mainly raises a question about ceasing the 50 sim cards that the actor used. He also raises a question on how everyone concluded that it is suicide. Minutes after his death, the entire narrative in the media also changed to suicide and he asks for conclusive evidence on the same. Bhandari also questions about the Mumbai police sealing the actor's flat. He alleges that there is no information on the same and worries about the evidence getting contaminated.
 
The senior advocate from Delhi stresses the importance of keeping the confidence of people in the justice system alive. Bhandari strictly calls for a CBI probe in the case.
 
However, Maharashtra home minister ruled out the same. The home minister revealed that Mumbai cops are capable of handling the case.
 
On the other side, Sushant's last film Dil Bechara released yesterday. The film streams on Disney+ Hotstar. Mukesh Chhabra is the director.
 




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