Ankita Lokhande reacts on CBI probe in Sushant Singh Case

Sushant Singh Rajput’s ex-girlfriend Ankita Lokhande expressed happiness by sharing a post on her Instagram after the government’s decision.

Ankita Lokhande reacts on CBI probe in Sushant Singh Case

Mumbai: So many discussion were on in Sushant Singh death case. Central government lawyer Tushar Mehta told the Supreme Court that the Bihar government had recommended a CBI probe. Which has been accepted by the Center and handed over the investigation to the CBI.

Sushant Singh Rajput’s ex-girlfriend Ankita Lokhande expressed happiness by sharing a post on her Instagram after the government’s decision. Ankita has shared a post that reads, ‘The time we have waited for has now arrived’. Ankita has not written any special caption with the post, but it is understood from this coat that she is happy with this decision.

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In the past Ankita had shared, she wrote, ‘Neither can anyone buy me, nor anyone can sell’. Ankita shared a quote on Instagram which was written by Ara. In that quote, he used to ask me millions of things in life, and for everything I bowed down and said, ‘Not for me …. I am on the path of saints … I am born like a goddess, I cannot be carried away. I follow the path of my heart … and speak my soul. Neither I can be bought, nor can I be sold.’

Sushant’s family had demanded a CBI inquiry into the case by the Bihar government. After which the Bihar government sent a recommendation of CBI inquiry to the Center. Which has been accepted by the Central Government. Now CBI will investigate this case. It is clear that due to CBI investigation in the case, many clues will be solved and many secrets will be revealed.

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Sushant Singh Rajput committed suicide in his flat in Branda in Mumbai on 14 June. The matter is being investigated by the Mumbai Police as well as the Bihar Police. So far, more than 40 people have been questioned in this case.

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