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SC denies interim protection to Rhea in case filed by Patna police

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Rhea’s plea for interim protection was vehemently opposed by senior advocate Vikas Singh, showing for Sushant’s father Ok.Ok. Singh.

The Supreme Court on Wednesday denied any interim protection to Bollywood actor Rhea Chakraborty in the Sushant Singh Rajput demise case. Rhea’s counsel contended earlier than Justice Hrishikesh Roy that his consumer wants interim protection from questioning in the case registered by the Bihar Police. But, the highest courtroom didn’t grant any reduction.

As counsel for Rhea pressed for interim protection, the decide replied: “We want all parties to hold their hand for the time being. Lawyers are here and I am sure they have all heard you.”

Rhea’s plea for interim protection was vehemently opposed by senior advocate Vikas Singh, showing for Sushant’s father Ok.Ok. Singh.

Citing the quarantining of the Bihar Police officer, despatched to help the crew despatched earlier, he argued that the whole try of the Mumbai Police is to destroy the proof by disabling the police crew from Patna. He additionally requested the highest courtroom for a route to Mumbai Police to help Bihar Police until the following date of listening to on the matter.

Vikas Singh, opposing the rivalry of Rhea’s counsel for interim protection, reiterated that proof is being tampered with and after the Centre has accepted the Bihar authorities advice in search of a CBI probe into the matter, her petition does not even survive.

He contended that Rhea’s plea for switch of the case from Patna to Mumbai can also be not maintainable, because the case is at investigation stage and never earlier than a courtroom.

After the highest courtroom denied interim protection to Rhea in the matter, she can not cite pendency of the switch plea in the apex courtroom. The prime courtroom has additionally sought response from the governments of Bihar and Maharashtra in the matter.

Vikas Singh additionally contended that if the CBI weren’t to take up the matter, then the Bihar Police’s investigation into the case should proceed and it ought to obtain cooperation in all respect.

The prime courtroom has scheduled the matter for additional listening to subsequent week.

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