The 34-12 months-earlier actor was found lifeless in his Mumbai residence on June 14. The Mumbai Police acknowledged the actor had died by suicide and has been probing the case retaining completely totally different angles in ideas. Trouble started for Rhea after virtually a month when Sushant’s father KK Singh filed a case in Bihar, accusing the actress and her family of dishonest (*19*) financially and mentally harassing him, forcing him to tkae his private life.
The FIR in Patna was registered by Sushant’s father in the direction of Rhea and others for alleged offences under quite a few sections of the Indian Penal Code, along with 306 (abetment of suicide), 341 (punishment for wrongful restraint), 342 (punishment for wrongful confinement), 380 (theft in dwelling house), 406 (punishment for jail breach of perception) and 420 (Cheating and dishonestly inducing provide of property).
During the listening to on this case, Rhea acknowledged in SC that the Bihar Police’s FIR on this matter was “completely illegal” and the state did not have jurisdiction to ship the case to the CBI. The 28-12 months-earlier actress, nonetheless, moreover acknowledged the apex courtroom docket that she has no objection if the case is transferred to the CBI.
“The comments made at the last hearing before the Hon’ble Supreme Court on the 11th of August 2020, make it evident that this has become more about politics than the truth. Unwanted and irrelevant submissions are being made. The number of politicians taking advantage of this case on the eve of elections in Bihar,” Rhea acknowledged in a press launch on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the Bihar authorities has rejected Rhea’s charges and claimed that it has the licensed rights to file the FIR and Bihar authorities was following the regulation in trying to find CBI probe in Sushant’s death case.
“After ascertaining the cause of death, any further probe can be carried out only after registering FIR. Mumbai Police did not register any FIR and its probe is not valid or legal,” the Bihar authorities suggested the Supreme Court.
“It is apparent that it is on account of political pressure in Maharashtra that neither the FIR was registered by Mumbai Police nor did they extend any cooperation to Bihar Police in discharging their obligation to conduct investigation expeditiously,” the Bihar authorities well-known, together with that Bihar legislation enforcement officers who had gone to Mumbai to probe this case weren’t dealt with correctly by their Mumbai counterparts.