Sushant Singh Rajput Death case transferred to CBI: Centre accepts Bihar Government’s recommendation

 Some relief for Sushant Singh Rajput’s fans Came it today. The death case of Sushant’s is turning a new corner every day. The centre told to Supreme court on August 5 that they have accepted the recommendation to hand over the Sushant Singh Rajput death case investigation to the CBI. The case has seen many ups and downs ever since Rajput demise. After his father, KK Singh filed a complaint against Rhea Chakraborty in Patna. The Bihar police also started investigating the matter but the situation becomes even complicated when Rhea ran away from her house and there was no such support from the Mumbai police as the investigation is still under the Mumbai judiciary. This also resulted in much tension between the police of the two states, Maharashtra and Bihar. Bihar IPS Vinay Tiwari (SP, Patna – Central), who landed in Mumbai to investigate the case, was ‘forcibly quarantined’ for 14 days. 

This came after Sushant’s father spoke to the Bihar DGP and gave his consent for a CBI probe. Nitish Kumar shared on Twitter, “The state government has sent its recommendation for a CBI probe into the FIR registered by Sushant Singh Rajput’s father KK Singh.”

Sushant’s sister Shweta, who was actively sharing his brother’s memory and simultaneously appealing to the government for the CBI case. Even a few days ago, she urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure that the evidence in Sushant’s case is not tampered with. After the central government accepted the Bihar government proposal of CBI enquiry, She found the best rakhi gift and express her gratitude. She wrote, CBI It Is!! #RakshabandhanGift #justiceforsushantsinghrajput #cbienquiryforsushant @sushantsinghrajput

As per the latest updates in Sushant’s case, the Supreme Court has asked the states of Maharashtra, Bihar, and Sushant Singh Rajput’s father to file replies on Rhea’s plea seeking a transfer of the case from Patna to Mumbai. The hearing of the petition will take place next week. 

According to Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh, Sushant had searched three items repeatedly on Google in the week preceding his suicide: “painless death”, “schizophrenia” and “bipolar disorder”.

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