Sushant Singh Rajput: CBI files submission at SC against Rhea's plea; Says 'No case pending in Mumbai'

The CBI’s final submission to the Supreme Court goes against Rhea Chakraborty’s petition for a transfer. In that, they stated that there is no question of transferring Sushant Singh Rajput's case to Mumbai Police since there is no case pending there.
Sushant Singh Rajput: CBI files submission at SC against Rhea's plea; Says 'No case pending in Mumbai'Sushant Singh Rajput: CBI files submission at SC against Rhea's plea; Says 'No case pending in Mumbai'
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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) filed its submissions before the Supreme Court today. They stated that the top court should let the ED and CBI continue their investigation related to the death of the late actor. Sushant Singh Rajput passed away by suicide in his Mumbai home barely two months ago. His tragic demise left a void in the hearts of his family, friends, and fans. In their final written submission to the SC, the CBI said that there is no question of transferring the case to Mumbai since there is no case pending there. 

The CBI’s final submission to the SC goes against Rhea Chakraborty’s petition where she requested for the late actor’s case to be transferred to Mumbai under the Mumbai Police since he has lived and died there. Apart from that, the actress added that if the case is investigated in Bihar than she will not receive a fair trial.

The CBI’s submission also stated the Mumbai Police’s recording of statements of the 56 witnessed as, “bereft of any legal backing”. They also requested the SC to not make an observation that in any way affects the investigation of ED. The ED is currently carrying out a parallel probe based on the late actor’s father KK Singh’s FIR against Rhea.

According to ANI's tweet, “Main plea taken in the petition & argued is that most of the transactions took place in Mumbai and accordingly Patna Police has no jurisdiction to investigate the matter, CBI says in its reply filed before SC. Petition misconceived & fit to be dismissed for many reasons, CBI says.” 

Here is ANI's Tweet: 

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Anonymous 1 month ago

Republic tv has lost its way. I am not joining them now. Its more about politics now than justice for Sushanth.

Anonymous 1 month ago

I think people should take the matter in their hands and do a janta adalat.. maroo karoo is family ko

Anonymous 1 month ago

Justice delayed = justice denied

Anonymous 1 month ago

lol what?

Anonymous 1 month ago

F*** you Mumbai police

Anonymous 1 month ago

He should have kicked her out ,moved to his sister's house,what was this hold she had on him?why was he so dependent on her??she was probably giving him drugs or some mind numbing medication.....

Anonymous 1 month ago

Shame on mumbai police and Maharashtra government there should be an enquiry held by CBI on Mumbai police as well justice for Sushant

Anonymous 1 month ago

SC should reprimand Mumbai cops. Two cover ups. Dadagiri ke bhi haad hai!!

Anonymous 1 month ago

Why isn't action taken it's evident Justice delayed justice denied take prompt action that devil evil slut rehea

Anonymous 1 month ago

I feel SC is also supported by Mumbai police. Why SC not giving verdict, why postponing every time. Now hearing on 21st August. They are just buying time to erase all the details.

Anonymous 1 month ago

Hi guys came sleept with Aditya , Mahesh bhat ,hritik Roshan , I gues she wants more of men know

Anonymous 1 month ago

mumbai police has dug their own grave beyond repairable.

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