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Sushant Rajput Case: What Supreme Court Said On Quarantining Of Bihar Cop

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Sushant Rajput case: Patna police officer Vinay Tiwari was quarantined after he landed in Mumbai.

Highlights

  • “Quarantining of Bihar cop has not sent good message,” prime courtroom stated
  • Mumbai Police was accused of “forcibly” quarantining Patna police officer
  • The prime courtroom has sought a standing report in three days

New Delhi:

Quarantining of the police officer who arrived in Mumbai to steer the Bihar Police’s investigation into the dying of actor Sushant Singh Rajput “does not send a good message” when there may be a lot consideration on the case, the Supreme Court stated at present. The prime courtroom additionally sought a standing report from Mumbai Police on its probe to this point into the actor’s dying.

“Quarantining of the Bihar Police officer has not sent good message despite the fact that Mumbai Police has good professional reputation,” the highest courtroom stated because it heard actor Rhea Chakraborty’s petition seeking the transfer of a First Information Report (FIR) – from Patna to Mumbai – accusing her of abetting Sushant Singh Rajput’s alleged suicide in June.

The prime courtroom has sought a standing report from the state governments in Bihar, Maharashtra, the centre and Sushant Singh Rajput’s father to file their responses to Ms Chakraborty’s petition in three days.

Mumbai Police has been accused of “forcibly” quarantining Patna police officer Vinay Tiwari who despatched to Mumbai to steer the probe.

During the listening to, the centre advised the Supreme Court that it has accepted the Bihar authorities’s suggestion for a CBI probe into actor’s dying. As the turf struggle between the Patna and Mumbai police intensified, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday beneficial a CBI investigation into Sushant Singh Rajput’s, escalating politics over the case.

The Maharashtra authorities against CBI probe, saying the FIR filed by Patna Police is “politically motivated” and that it doesn’t have any jurisdiction.

The FIR towards Mr Rajput’s Ms Chakraborty was filed by Bihar police on a grievance by the previous’s father, alleging that she illegally transferred Rs 15 crore from Mr Rajput’s Mumbai checking account and mentally harassed him.

Ms Chakraborty had challenged Bihar police’s jurisdiction within the matter, on condition that the alleged crime occurred in Maharashtra.

Sushant Singh Rajput, 34, was discovered lifeless in his Mumbai house on June 14. The Mumbai Police stated it was suicide and has questioned over 50 folks on allegations that the actor was affected by despair and had felt sidelined due to cut-throat rivalries within the movie business.

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