SC refused plea for CBI probe in Sushant Singh Rajput’s case, CJI says “Let Mumbai Police do their job”

The late actor’s family lawyer, Vikas, claims that someone in Mumbai Police is helping Rhea Chakraborty to get away with the case.
Written By Shivam Gupta | Updated: July 30, 2020 16:56 IST
SC refused plea for CBI probe in Sushant Singh Rajput’s case, CJI says “Let Mumbai Police do their job”

The Supreme Court of India has dismissed the CBI probe plea filed by one of the journalists Alka Priya. Amidst rising demand for a CBI probe, this could be the objectionable decision, made by the summit court, for all the Sushant Singh Rajput fans who were eagerly demanding CBI intervention into the matter. CJI has decided to not move ahead with the petition and this decision was taken by the three-judge bench, headed by SA Bobde, the Chief Justice of India.
 
Alka, while signing up the plea for CBI probe, claimed that Sushant was a good person and had done great deeds for children, facilitating the training at NASA for a few is one of them and thus, demanded that further inquiry in his death must be looked at and investigated by CBI.
 
The apex court rejected the appeal stating that the Mumbai police are competent of investigation and they are inquiring into the matter closely. CJI Sharad Arvind Bobde, who spurned the petition complying with other panel members, commented that we are not after the person was good or bad. He further added - "Let the police do their job."
 
It was yesterday when Sushant Singh Rajput’s father, KK Singh, filed an FIR against the actress Rhea Chakraborty, reputedly the late actor’s girlfriend. Even Ankita Lokhande, Sushant’s ex-girlfriend and his co-actor in Pavitra Rishta, claimed that the actor was not happy in the relationship with Rhea and wanted to end it as she was harassing him.
 
Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide on 14 June. While the actor's mysterious death case is still being reviewed by both Mumbai and Bihar police, the authorities are, looking for evidence of any foul play.
 




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