The Bihar Police investigating the loss of life of actor Sushant Singh Rajput has stated that officers are unable to find his pal, actress Rhea Chakraborty.
“The investigation is in its initial stages and is in the court… We have not been able to locate her (Rhea Chakraborty) yet, but we are trying to,” stated Bihar Director General Of Police Gupteshwar Pandey, including that the Supreme Court is but to provide a verdict on her petition.
A four-member Bihar police workforce arrived in Mumbai on Wednesday to probe the “abetment to suicide” case registered against Ms Chakraborty and others in Patna. Sushant Singh Rajput had died by suicide in his residence in Mumbai’s Bandra on June 14, the town police had stated.
The prime cop stated if Sushant Singh’s father needs, he can demand a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into the case however the police are in opposition to it.
He additionally dismissed experiences that the Mumbai Police was mistreating Bihar officers.
“Sushant was not only Bihar’s son, he was entire India’s son,” Mr Pandey added. “We are giving our best efforts to bring justice to Sushant Singh.”
Earlier, Bihar Police official Manoranjan Bharti stated that the Mumbai Police is cooperating. “They are helping us (in the investigation).”
Another official, Kaisar Alam, stated Rhea Chakraborty won’t be questioned as of now. “It is not needed right now. She is under our watch.”
Bihar minister Sanjay Kumar Jha, an in depth aide of state Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, in accordance with information company PTI, stated: “The Chief Minister will definitely act if demand for a CBI inquiry comes from the family of (Sushant) Rajput.”
Mr Rajput’s father, Krishna Kumar Singh, had lodged a grievance in opposition to Rhea Chakraborty and 6 others, together with her members of the family, for alleged “abetment to suicide”, in Patna this week. The Mumbai police, who’re already investigating the matter, have questioned a number of individuals from the movie trade in reference to the case.
The Enforcement Directorate additionally filed a cash laundering case primarily based on a First Information Report by Mr Rajput’s father.
Ms Chakraborty, accused of dishonest and harassment, broke her silence on Friday and stated tearfully in a video launched by her legal professionals: “Truth shall prevail.”
“I have immense faith in god and the judiciary. I believe that I will get justice,” she had stated.
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