Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Tejashwi Yadav right now attacked the Nitish Kumar-led Bihar authorities over what he says is humiliation of its police power in one other state. The stinker from Mr Yadav got here after a senior Bihar police officer was quarantined hours after he landed in Mumbai to guide the probe being performed by the state’s police into the loss of life of actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
“Bihar government is letting the Bihar Police get insulted. Centre and Home Ministry have all powers, they must intervene,” stated the chief of the most important opposition celebration within the state.
On Sunday night time, Patna City Superintendent of Police Vinay Tiwari was quarantined by Mumbai’s civic physique BMC and his hand stamped indicating the isolation interval until August 15 after he arrived in Maharashtra’s capital.
The RJD chief additionally reiterated his demand for a central probe into the case.
“This double-engine government should demand CBI inquiry and request Home Minister. It shouldn’t be politicised, we’re with his (Sushant Singh Rajput’s) family,” he stated.
The demand for a CBI inquiry into the loss of life of Patna-born actor Sushant Singh Rajput additionally resonated within the Bihar legislature right now, eliciting help from lawmakers reducing throughout celebration strains.
The MLAs underscored the “forcible quarantine” of Mr Tiwari to bolster their level.
Earlier, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi had accused the Mumbai police of “putting obstruction” in method of investigation by the Bihar police in Sushant Rajput loss of life case.
The 34-year-old actor was discovered lifeless at his house in suburban Bandra in Mumbai on June 14.
The Mumbai police had registered an unnatural loss of life case and has been recording statements of individuals identified to be near the late actor.
However, the case took a brand new flip when the actor’s father, KK Singh, lodged a criticism in Patna, accusing actor and Mr Rajput’s buddy Rhea Chakraborty and her members of the family of abetment to suicide.