Mumbai Police are probing actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s dying “in a very professional manner”, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh stated on Monday.
The minister, nevertheless, didn’t reply to queries on the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) quarantining Patna City Superintendent of Police Vinay Tiwari, who arrived in Mumbai on Sunday to oversee the probe being performed by Bihar Police into the dying of the actor.
“The Mumbai Police are probing into the matter in a very professional manner,” Mr Deshmukh informed reporters.
The opposition BJP in Maharashtra has been demanding that the probe within the case be handed over to the CBI, whereas the state authorities has been dismissing the identical.
Mr Tiwari arrived in Mumbai on Sunday and was quarantined by BMC authorities for 14 days on the State Reserve Police Force visitor home in suburban Goregaon. His hand was additionally stamped exhibiting the quarantine interval until August 15.
Bihar Director General of Police Gupteshwar Pandey alleged that Mr Tiwari was “forcibly quarantined” by civic authorities in Mumbai.
However, the BMC stated the choice to quarantine theBihar Police officer was as per the Maharashtra authorities’s directives, the place norms for home travellers embrace obligatory dwelling quarantine, amongst others.
Mr Rajput, 34, was discovered useless at his residence in suburban Bandra on June 14 and the case is being probed byvMumbai Police in addition to Bihar Police, after the late actor’svfather filed a case in Patna.
Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh on Sunday met Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray right here and apprised him concerning the ongoing investigation within the case.
Condemning the demand from some quarters, together with the opposition BJP, handy over the probe to the CBI,
Mr Deshmukh on Sunday tweeted, “Maharashtra police is inquiring into the case professionally and are competent in digging out the truth, leaving no stone unturned.”
“Even if Bihar police registered an offence in Patna under Ch 12 and 13 of the CrPC, it has to be investigated, inquired and tried by the police and courts within whose jurisdiction the offence is committed. I condemn the demand for the case to be handed over to the CBI,” Mr Deshmukh stated.