Notice despatched to Mumbai Police, Cooper hospital for permitting Rhea to enter morgue to see SSR's mortal stays

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Notice despatched to Cooper hospital, Mumbai Police over permitting Rhea within the morgue&  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspInstagram

Reports of Rhea Chakraborty getting ‘unauthorised entry’ to the mortuary of the Cooper hospital the place Sushant Singh Rajput’s post-mortem was being performed, have raised a number of suspicions. A video of the actress leaving the hospital on June 14 too has surfaced on-line. While Rhea’s lawyer is but to subject a clarification on this,  Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission has taken motion towards the Cooper Hospital and the Mumbai Police for permitting Rhea to enter the morgue.

“Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission sends notice to Cooper Hospital & Mumbai Police for allowing Rhea Chakraborty to enter the mortuary of Cooper Hospital & seeks details of the regulation following which she was allowed: MA Sayeed, MSHRC”, stories ANI confirming the authorized motion.

Rhea has been booked beneath abetment of suicide, cash laundering by Sushant Singh Rajput’s father KK Singh in Sushant’s dying case. The CBI is but to summon Rhea for interrogation however she has already been grilled by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) over her monetary connections and different dealings with Sushant.

Meanwhile, Rhea’s WhatsApp chats hinting at an alleged drug conspiracy too have now come to the fore. Times Now acquired fingers on the messages that have been exchanged between Rhea and Jaya Saha in November 2019, a expertise administration worker, whereby the latter had apparently given directions to Rhea to manage a drug to Sushant. One of their messages reads, “Use four drops in espresso, tea or water and let him sip it..give it 30-40 minutes for it to kick in…” 

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Sushant’s sister has reacted to the newest ‘drug angle’ within the case by calling it a ‘felony offense’. She’s demanded ‘fast motion’ from the CBI.

It’s left to see what flip does this case take hereafter. 

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