She claimed the Bombay High Court overreached its energy by analyzing allegations that had been positioned earlier than the police by media stories
The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain the appeal of Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister difficult the Bombay High Court order which refused to quash an FIR lodged against her on the criticism of actress Rhea Chakraborty, the late actor’s girlfriend.
A Bench of Chief Justice of India S A Bobde and Justices A S Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian dismissed the appeal filed by Priyanka Singh, saying it was not inclined to hear the matter.
Ms. Singh challenged the Bombay High Court’s February 15 verdict, by which her FIR quashing petition was dismissed, saying the courtroom overreached its energy by analyzing allegations that had been positioned earlier than the police by media stories.
Ms. Chakraborty, in her criticism earlier than the police on the idea of which the FIR was lodged on September 7 final 12 months, had alleged that Rajput’s sisters had conspired with Tarun Kumar, a health care provider, to receive false prescription for administering banned medicines to the late actor.
Ms. Singh, in her petition, stated: “While, the investigating agency, that is, CBI, respondent no.3 herein, had also specifically held that registration of FIR was manifestly illegal and without any jurisdiction. The affidavit of respondent no.3 before the high court also records that as per observation of this court no second FIR could have been registered after the inquest proceedings by Maharashtra police was closed.
“Despite complainant as well as the prosecuting agency clearly stating that no case is made out, the high court has not quashed the second FIR which is without authority of law.” It stated the excessive courtroom had quashed the FIR against her sister Meetu Singh however saved the FIR alive against her within the case.
The plea stated your complete case of Ms. Chakraborty against her was based mostly on media stories which shouldn’t have any credibility as to the supply or authenticity of such stories.
“The high court failed to observe that delay in present FIR is of 91 days and same has been registered without any preliminary inquiry as mandated by this court in Lalita Kumari…
“This conduct of respondent no. 1 (State of Maharashtra) shows that present FIR was registered hurriedly on same day without any inquiry and smacks of malice and vengeance as respondent is herself accused in case of death of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput filed by father of petitioner in FIR…,” it stated.
The plea additionally stated the excessive courtroom has recorded observations against Tarun Kumar, who’s a senior heart specialist working in RML Hospital in Delhi and was not earlier than the Bombay High Court within the proceedings.
“From our understanding, Dr Kumar had the requisite qualification and the authority to prescribe the alleged drugs. It is pertinent to mention that the prescription was provided in accordance with the MCI Regulations and Telemedicine Practice Guidelines and Telepsychiatry Operational Guidelines, where it is permitted to medical practitioner to prescribe medicine through teleconsultation and also through caregiver,” it stated.
The excessive courtroom has failed to study any of the problems raised and subsequently, is inflicting prejudice to Ms. Singh, it stated.
Rajput, 34, who made his silver display debut within the critically acclaimed Kai Po Che seven years in the past, was discovered hanging in his condo in suburban Bandra in Mumbai on June 14, 2020.
The CBI had taken over the probe from Bihar Police into the alleged abetment to suicide case filed by the actor’s father Ok Ok Singh in Patna against Ms. Chakraborty and her household.
The Supreme Court had on August 19 final 12 months upheld the switch of the FIR, lodged at Patna against Ms. Chakraborty, to the CBI. It had stated that Bihar authorities was competent to switch the case to the CBI for investigation.
The FIR in Patna was against Ms. Chakraborty and others for alleged offences below varied sections of the Indian Penal Code, together with 306 (abetment of suicide), 341 (punishment for wrongful restraint), 342 (punishment for wrongful confinement), 380 (theft in dwelling home), 406 (punishment for legal breach of belief) and 420 (Cheating and dishonestly inducing supply of property).