If Sushant's father want then Govt can recommend CBI probe: Nitish Kumar
New Delhi: In the Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput case, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has said that KK Singh, father of Sushant Singh Rajput’s father, who is an FIR in this case, can be given the case to CBI if they demand a CBI inquiry. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that the state government is strongly looking into the matter.
Bihar government may recommend a CBI inquiry:
Many people have demanded a CBI inquiry in the Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput case. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that Sushant Singh’s father KK Singh has registered a case. The job of the police is to investigate and proceed on the same. Bihar has no role in this. Yes, if those who have filed a case in this case, if they demand a CBI inquiry, then the state government can suggest it. Bihar government may recommend a CBI inquiry.
When Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was asked that Maharashtra Police is not cooperating in the investigation? In response, Nitish Kumar said that the Maharashtra Police should cooperate in the investigation. Bihar Police is investigating the FIR. This is legal duty. They (Maharashtra Police) should help. There is no dispute in this.
Sushant Singh Case:
In the case of Sushant Singh’s death, BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain demanded a CBI inquiry into the death of Sushant Singh. He tweeted, “My demand is that the mystery of death should be investigated by CBI keeping in mind the demand of 12 crore people of Bihar and the family of Sushant Singh Rajput. I also believe that without a CBI inquiry into the matter, its mystery will not be exposed. ‘
Hearing in Supreme Court:
The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear on August 5 a plea filed by actress Rhea Chakraborty who has sought transfer of an FIR, lodged against her in connection with the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, from Patna to Mumbai.
As per the cause list uploaded on the apex court’s website. The transfer petition filed by Chakraborty will come up for hearing before a bench of Justice Hrishikesh Roy on Wednesday.