SHRC to announce order on Rhea Chakraborty's visit to Cooper Hospital morgue post Sushant Singh Rajput's death

Updated on Sep 17, 2020 11:44 AM IST  |  1.3M
   
SHRC to announce order on Rhea Chakraborty's visit to Cooper Hospital morgue post Sushant Singh Rajput's death
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In the latest development as reported by a news channel, the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission is likely to announce the order today over Rhea Chakraborty's visit to Cooper Hospital mortuary post Sushant Singh Rajput's death. Post Sushant's death on June 14, Rhea had visited the Cooper Hospital mortuary with her brother Showik Chakraborty and other family members to see his mortal remains. Her visit to the hospital came under the scanner as apparently Sushant's family were not present there at that time. 

The State Human Rights Commission had taken note of it and called the Cooper Hospital staff over it. They had asked for an explanation regarding Rhea's visit to the mortuary to see Sushant's remains. As per Times Now's report, the SHRC is likely to announce the order on the same today. They questioned Rhea's access to the mortuary in their notice to Cooper Hospital. Reportedly, they had even questioned Mumbai Police over Rhea's visit to the morgue along with Cooper Hospital staff. 

As per Times Now, the SHRC is likely to announce their order over the issue today. Reportedly, the SHRC order may hold either the Mumbai Police or the Cooper Hospital staff members responsible for letting Rhea and others visit the morgue where Sushant's remains were kept. Meanwhile, as per reports, the CBI team also is conducting their case investigation of Sushant's death and the Enforcement Directorate is also looking into the money launder allegations by KK Singh in his FIR. The Narcotics Control Bureau has already arrested Rhea, Showik and others in their alleged connection with the drug syndicate, based on the chats uncovered by the ED. Sushant was found dead on June 14, 2020, at his house in Mumbai. 

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Anonymous : If SSR was alive he would be in jail. According to NCB, drugs were procured for SSR. Ergo he is the user, & that makes him the prime accused. Indians cannot think with common sense & logic. This biggest herd of sheep in the world is currently distracted & kept busy by BJP. Vote wisely next time India!
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Anonymous : ED, CBI, NCB can summon the whole universe, but will still come up with nothing as there is indeed nothing. SSR was a grown up man who was hooked on to drugs and people cannot come to terms with his sudden death. Hence BJP sensing a political gain gives it a spin to bring Maharashtra govt down. Indians are the biggest herd of sheep in the world currently being diverted from the free-falling economy, rising COVID cases, unemployment, farmers & the migrant crisis to name a few. Vote wisely next time India!
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Anonymous : Rhea hid SSR's drug habits from all and gave him some dignity in death. Until the family came out after 40 days to demand money. His family hid his mental illness & prescribed dangerous medicines during his last days. SSR's family is guilty of turning the investigation into a lynch fest for Rhea. India loves mob justice, so all sided with the family and declared Rhea a witch. Never mind that there is no proof of her laundering money. And the minuscule quantity of marijuana found on one of the peddlers is still disputed. No matter how modern Indians pretend to be, they are worse than the Taliban. And incapable of thinking with common sense & logic. Indians are the biggest herd of sheep in the world currently being diverted from the free-falling economy, rising COVID cases, unemployment , farmers & the migrant crisis to name a few. Vote wisely next time India.
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Anonymous : According to NCB, Rhea and the rest procured drugs for SSR. Ergo he is the user, and that makes him the prime accused. The prime accused is deceased, but the confessions of procurers (Rhea & rest) was enough for NCB to put them all in jail. Had he been alive, he would have confessed or thrown them all under the bus. As long as Rhea is in jail it doesn't matter to birdbrain Indians that NCB has tarnished SSR's memory. The witchhunt has made you all blind to the fact that you all have been played by the BJP for fake justice that will convert into votes in Bihar. Indians are the biggest herd of sheep in the world currently being diverted from the free-falling economy, rising COVID cases, farmers & the migrant crisis to name a few. Vote wisely next time India.
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Anonymous : BJP gave a good whitewash to Kangana and turned her into an abla sanskari nari while the snake sisters are the victims and not yet convicted Rhea is a dayan. Ghor Kalyug!
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Anonymous : So rhea is taking all the help from all corner of the sources to save herself, why are you doing so.. A person who is culprit in any way keeps trying such troop's.. Time speaks !!!!
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Anonymous : They already did. Leave rhea alone. Media mob
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Anonymous : Bihar's current poster child would be in jail if were alive as he is the prime accused according to NCB. BJP continues to divert attention through media circus played out live on tv. And it's working! Indians are the biggest herd of sheep in the world currently being diverted from the free-falling economy, rising COVID cases, farmers & the migrant crisis to name a few. Vote wisely next time India.
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Anonymous : ED, CBI, NCB can summon the whole universe, but will still come up with nothing as there is indeed nothing. SSR was a grown up man who was hooked on to drugs and people cannot come to terms with his sudden death. Hence BJP sensing a political gain gives it a spin to bring Maharashtra govt down. Indians are the biggest herd of sheep in the world currently being diverted from the free-falling economy, rising COVID cases, farmers & the migrant crisis to name a few. Vote wisely next time India!
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Anonymous : Rhea hid SSR's drug habits from all to give his death dignity. While his family hid his mental illness & prescribed dangerous medicines during his last days. India loves mob justice, so all sided with the family and declared Rhea a witch. Never mind that there is no proof of her laundering money. And the minuscule quantity of marijuana found on one of the peddlers is still disputed. No matter how modern Indians pretend to be, they are worse than the Taliban. India is the biggest herd of sheep in the world currently being steered by BJP.
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Anonymous : here we go again... this is getting boring
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Anonymous : Rhea hid SSR's habits from all to give his death dignity. While his family hid his mental illness & prescribed dangerous medicines during his last days. His family is turning it into a lynch fest for Rhea.
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Anonymous : ED, CBI, NCB can summon the whole universe, but will still come up with nothing as there is indeed nothing. SSR was a grown up man who was hooked on to drugs and people cannot come to terms with his sudden death. Hence BJP sensing a political gain gives it a spin to bring Maharashtra govt down. BJP is brilliantly keeping the biggest herd of sheep in the world occupied through hatred & divide. Vote wisely India!
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Anonymous : India has woken up from being the sheeple they were under Khangress rule! For 70 years they bled the country dry with their minority and dynasty politics, pappu the current mama's boy is a charsi through and through, a frequent visitor to Thailand, have you seen how haggard he looks lately? India will never vote for them again if we are smart! PV post!
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Anonymous : Good, access to a body under police custody is tampering with evidence and in violation of hospital policy. If his father could respect that, there is no reason for Rhea to go in violation of it. It is highly criminal. PV post this. There btown pr supporters clearly has no idea what law is, not surprising given their strong educations.
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Anonymous : editing my typo, their.
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Anonymous : Every single person which includes the owners of the Cooper hospital be thoroughly investigated and arrested if found guilty. No one is going to speak out unless fear techniques are used by investigators.
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Anonymous : This is really inhuman. He was more close to Rhea and family. They are not allowed to see his remains? What would anyone do with dead person anyway?
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Anonymous : Guilty feet have got no rhythym, sang G M. Maybe she thought it best to out on a show of concerned significant other for the public record. Maybe she wanted to check to see how visible were bruise or other marks.
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Anonymous : Can't visit body under police investigation, it is tampering with evidence and violated morgue rules. What is inhuman is that she violated the dead's rights, not only SSR's but every body present in that morgue by going to a sacred place where she had no right.
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Anonymous : What would anyone do with a dead person? Well first of all dead deserve the dignity, and except for the immediate family in this case the father, no one should be allowed to view it. Especially when the person has died in suspicious circumstances, taking an entire family along like its some novelty viewing is shameful. Remember the law is the law, and no one is above the law. Even if you think you are a little Lord Fauntleroy, you still can't just pop in to a morgue without identification or papers to see someone dead.
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