BMC asks Bihar SP to research digitally in Sushant’s case& |  Photo Credit: Instagram
On Wednesday, August 5, Supreme Court held a listening to on Rhea Chakraborty’s plea to switch probe in Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise case to Mumbai Police after Sushant’s father filed FIR in opposition to the actress with Bihar Police. Rhea has been booked for abetment of suicide, dishonest, theft amongst different extreme prices and a group of 4 from Bihar Police have arrived in Mumbai to research the case on their finish.
However, when Bihar’s SP Vinay Tiwari landed in Mumbai to affix his four-member group on August 3 (Sunday), he was instantly requested to quarantine by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). Later, he despatched an exemption letter hoping BMC will free him from quarantine and permit him to research however that did not occur. There was a heavy uproar on social media in opposition to Maharashtra authorities’s choice to quarantine Bihar SP. Many suspected the intentions behind this transfer. Yesterday, through the SC listening to, Judge Hrishikesh Roy too mentioned that ‘itdoesn’t give a proper message. You should do every little thing in knowledgeable method and defend all proof”, by including that ‘reality ought to unravel’ within the case.
Yet, BMC has refused to free the Bihar SP from quarantine. Instead, they’ve requested Vinay Tiwari to make use of digital platforms to guide Bihar Police within the investigation. In a letter issued on Tuesday, the BMC requested Bihar Police to make use of digital platforms like Zoom, Google Meet, Jio Meet, Microsoft Teams or others, for interactions within the metropolis.
“This (Use of digital platforms) will not only ensure that the officer (Tiwari) does not transmit the infection (in case he is carrying it from Bihar) to officials with whom he will contact, in view of the coronavirus pandemic prevalent in Bihar, nor he gets infected by coronavirus during his physical visits to various officials of the Govt of Maharashtra in Mumbai (sic),” reads the BMC letter signed by further municipal commissioner.
Earlier, Bihar Director General of Police (DGP) Gupteshwar Pandey had expressed his dismay on BMC not letting his officer examine within the metropolis. He tweeted in Hindi, which may be translated in English to learn as, “The Patna IG had written a letter to the Chief of BMC opposing the quarantining of IPS Vinay Tiwari and requested that he be released, which has been rejected. The BMC has sent a reply to the letter to Patna Police. Now our SP Vinay Tiwari will be locked inside for 14 days. This decision of BMC is unfortunate!.”
It’s left to see what flip does this case take hereafter.