Did not allow Rhea Chakraborty’s morgue go to, says BMC&
Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s unlucky demise on June 14 left the movie trade in deep shock. The actor, 34, was allegedly discovered hanging at his Bandra residence in Mumbai. Months on, the investigation of his loss of life continues to be underway. Currently, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is investigating the case and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) can be probing a money-laundering case in reference to Sushant’s loss of life.
Rhea Chakraborty, who has been accused of abetting Sushant’s loss of life in an FIR filed by the late actor’s father KK Singh, has been underneath the scanner. After it was reported that the actress visited the morgue the place Sushant’s physique was stored, the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) advised the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) that it had not permitted the actress’ go to to the morgue.
According to information company IANS, SHRC Acting Chairman’s MA Sayeed had taken cognisance of the problem and despatched a discover to the BMC and Mumbai Police. He had sought their clarification by August 31.
It has now been reported that Pinakin Gujjar, the Dean of RN Cooper Hospital, had appeared earlier than the SHRC and submitted a letter clarifying that the BMC had not given ‘any permission’ to the actress.
Sayeed, nevertheless, has directed the BMC to file an in depth affidavit, sharing data of all of the individuals who have been current within the mortuary on the stated time.
The report additionally acknowledged that SHRC’s authorized wing checked the ‘related provisions’ as to who can go to the morgue and solely the speedy relations of the deceased will be permitted.
Currently, Rhea is being interrogated by the CBI and the ED. The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has additionally filed a legal case in opposition to the actress.