Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Sushant case: SC verdict made it clear that Bihar Police's motion was appropriate

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Bihar CM on SC’s verdict of Sushant Singh Rajput loss of life case& 

The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Central Bureau of Investigation to take cost of the Sushant Singh Rajput loss of life case and provoke a probe. Welcoming the choice, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar mentioned that SC’s verdict makes it clear that Bihar Police’s probe was in the suitable route. 

According to a tweet on information company ANI, Bihar CM mentioned, “Supreme Court verdict makes it clear that probe by Bihar Police & FIR registered here were correct. Not just SushantSinghRajput’s family or people of Bihar, the entire country is concerned over the matter.”

He additionally added that with the CBI probe, folks can belief there will be justice. Kumar additionally mentioned that it was Bihar Police’s obligation to probe after the grievance however the Mumbai Police did not cooperate. “Behaviour meted out to our IPS officer is known to all. With SC verdict, it’s clear what happened wasn’t right. Any political comment in this situation isn’t right,” he mentioned talking to the information company. 

Earlier today, the SC pronounced the decision and in addition requested the Mumbai Police at hand over all proof collected up to now within the case to CBI. 

sushant Singh Rajput case: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on SC's verdict

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Sushant, 34, died by suicide on June 14. The actor was discovered hanging at his Bandra residence in Mumbai. The information of his unlucky loss of life despatched shockwaves throughout the nation and plenty of on the web have been demanding a CBI probe within the matter. Sushant’s father KK Singh had filed an FIR in opposition to actress Rhea Chakraborty and 5 others in Patna. They have been accused of abetment to suicide, theft, and monetary and psychological exploitation of the actor. Rhea, in return, moved the SC and filed a plea in search of the switch of the probe from Bihar to Mumbai. The Centre, in the meantime, accepted Bihar authorities’s advice of a CBI probe and today, the case has formally been transferred to CBI.  

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