Rhea Chakraborty’s lawyer insists Bihar govt has no mandate to advocate CBI probe in Sushant’s dying case&
Rhea Chakraborty’s lawyer Satishmane Shinde has reportedly questioned the choice of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar because the Bihar authorities has beneficial a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into the dying case of late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput on Tuesday. The ongoing suicide case of the late actor has taken a brand new flip after Sushant’s father KK Singh filed an FIR in opposition to Bollywood actress Rhea and members of her household in Patna.
Weeks after the untimely dying of Sushant, the late Bollywood actor’s father has lodged a grievance in opposition to Rhea and 6 others. In the FIR, Rhea and members of her household have been accused of abetting the actor’s suicide, defrauding him of crores of rupees, and psychological exploitation. Taking to Twitter, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had revealed that the state authorities has despatched its advice for a CBI inquiry into the case filed by Sushant’s father.
In the wake of the latest developments, Rhea’s lawyer Satishmane has claimed that the state authorities had no jurisdiction to make such a advice within the suicide case of the late actor. “There cannot be transfer of a case which had no legal basis to begin with for the Bihar police to get involved. At the most, it would be a Zero FIR which would then be transferred to Mumbai Police,” Maneshinde was quoted as saying by information company PTI.
“The transfer of a case, in which they (Bihar police) had no jurisdiction, to CBI has ‘no legal sanctity’,” he added. The Bihar CM had opined that the state authorities has determined to advocate a CBI probe into the excessive profile dying case after the deceased actor’s father gave his “consent” for a similar. Sushant died by suicide at his Bandra residence on June 14. The late actor is survived by his father and 4 sisters.