Referring to reviews claiming that docs didn’t discover poison in Sushant Singh Rajput’s viscera, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Tuesday “some parties” defamed the state for gains in Bihar. He additionally mentioned he was “eagerly waiting” for the result of the Central Bureau of Investigation’s (CBI) probe into the case.
The NCP chief’s feedback got here a day after the CBI mentioned it had not reached any conclusions in the case but. “The AIIMS report which has come today (as claimed by some media outlets) says there was no poison in Sushant Singh Rajput’s viscera,” Deshmukh informed reporters.
“The Mumbai police were probing the matter quite professionally, but suddenly the probe was handed over to the CBI,” he mentioned.
Even the Supreme Court, which upheld the switch of the case to the central company final month, had noticed that the Mumbai police had investigated the matter correctly, he mentioned.
It appears some political events conspired to defame Maharashtra and Mumbai Police. Allegations had been leveled towards a number of folks,” Deshmukh, an NCP leader, said.
“All this was performed to search political profit out of Sushant Singh loss of life case throughout the (coming) Bihar elections,” he alleged.
He also noted that former Bihar director general of police Gupteshwar Pandey joined the Nitish Kumar-led JD(U) after seeking voluntary retirement ahead of the polls. “Pandey too was used for political functions,” Deshmukh alleged.
Earlier in the day, Deshmukh had taken to Twitter to ask, “What occurred after the Sushant Singh loss of life case probe was handed over to the CBI? People have been asking whether or not the actor dedicated suicide or was killed.
We are additionally ready eagerly to know the result of the CBI probe,” he added. The Supreme Court last month upheld the transfer of an FIR lodged in Patna by the actor’s parents against his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and others for allegedly abetting the suicide, to the CBI.