Sambit Patra Trolled Maharashtra Authorities And Rhea Chakraborty After SC’s Judgement



It was an incredible information for the followers and household of Sushant Singh Rajput after the Supreme Courtroom gave a nod to CBI investigation on the dying case of Sushant Singh Rajput, who was discovered lifeless in his home on 14th June.

The Supreme Courtroom’s verdict got here after Rhea Chakraborty, who’s the prime accused on this case had filed a plea to switch the case to Mumbai Police. Nevertheless, the apex court docket has rejected Rhea’s plea searching for switch of the probe from Bihar Police to Mumbai Police.

Followers and celebrities from all walks of life took to their social media and welcomed the Supreme Courtroom’s determination to uphold the switch of Bihar Police’s FIR within the actor’s dying case to the CBI. Individuals appluaded the choice of Supreme Courtroom and are hopeful that the reality may come out quickly.

As per the studies, and in keeping with the studies, a particular CBI staff that has investigated a number of high-profile instances together with that of Vijaya Mallya will step in to analyze the dying case of Sushant.

Amongst many who took to their social media, who’s an Indian politician and a BJP spokesperson additionally took to his twitter to take a dig on the authorities of Maharashtra. In his tweet, Sambit Patra wrote how Maharashtra authorities will quickly cry as soon as CBI probe begins. He wrote:

“पहले महाराष्ट्र सरकार सो “रिया” था फिर संजय राउत सुशांत परिवार को धो “रिया” था अब मुंबई में सरकार रो “रिया” है दोस्तों जल्दी ही सुनेंगे महाराष्ट्र सरकार जा “रिया” है। #महाराष्ट्रसरकार_रो_रिया_है

Right here, take a look at the Tweet:



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