Parambir Singh, the police commissioner of Mumbai, has stated that the Mumbai police will study the order of the Supreme Court docket and can then determine how they’ve to maneuver forward so far as Sushant Singh Rajput’s case is worried.
The Supreme Court docket of India, earlier immediately, allowed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to take over Sushant’s case from Mumbai Police.
As per the stories, the advocate representing the Maharashtra authorities requested the bench if the choice might be challenged any additional, to which the courtroom stated that CBI investigation is now the order of the courtroom.
“As soon as we get the order copy, we are going to study it and determine additional plan of action. We’ve spoken to our advocates within the Supreme Court docket to ship us the order copy,” Parambir Singh was quoted as saying by Republic Bharat.
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The Maharashtra authorities had repeatedly insisted that the FIR that was filed in Bihar was not legitimate and Bihar authorities had no rights to advocate a CBI probe to the central authorities.
It was on the advice of the Bihar authorities that the Central authorities had transferred the case to the CBI and whereas CBI had already began its investigation, the matter was nonetheless within the Supreme Court docket with Maharashtra authorities requesting the courtroom to switch the FIR to Mumbai.
Nevertheless, now after Supreme Court docket’s verdict, there are not any obstacles in CBI investigation. Whereas permitting CBI to analyze the case, the Supreme Court docket additionally requested the Maharashtra authorities to cooperate within the investigation.
The function of Mumbai Police in Sushant Singh Rajput’s case has been beneath the scanner proper for the reason that very starting with many individuals accusing them of not carrying the investigation in a good method and with correct seriousness.
The truth that Sushant’s household was additionally not fully glad with the work of Mumbai Police is the rationale why they lodged their FIR in Bihar.