S C order for CBI probe in Sushant’s suicide case with Mumbai police directed to hand over entire documents related to investigations

The millions of fans of brilliant actor late Sushant Singh Rajput n his family including his anguished father K. K. Singh must be definitely jubilant today after the Supreme Court directed the CBI to formally take over the entire investigations into the actor’s suspected suicide case prohibiting Mumbai police not to interfere, finally putting at rest the acute controversy raised in this matter with acrimonious accusations n debate between the Maharastra ( Mumbai ) police and Bihar Police making it a mockery nationally with the investigations not reached to any definite conclusion even after two months.

The learned judges of the Supreme Court also directed the Mumbai police to hand over the entire details n intricate investigation related documents to the India’s premier agency CBI to transparently bring the truth to the fore.

The family members, father KK Singh n the late actor’s close relatives including his angered cousin Neeraj Singh including fans have alleged foul play in Sushant’s suicide unambiguously terming it as the murder demanding an impartial CBI enquiry with the Mumbai police n the ruling party political leaders of Maharashtra not ready for the premier agency’s probe.

The Supreme Court’s today’s directions to CBI to take over the entire probe n subsequent order to Mumbai police to hand over all the investigative details to the former has infact given the entire family of the late actor a great sigh of relief who had been till yesterday accusing the powers that be in the state of doing injustice to them by not allowing the CBI to take over.

While delivering the order for CBI probe the apex court ruled that Sushant Singh was a talented actor who died before his full talent could be realised with his father losing his only son and the Bihar Police n Mumbai police fighting with each other acrimoniously thus pushing the actual death investigations to the back burner. Moreover there are still speculations over this suspected suicide of a foul play etc.

Therefore an impartial n unbiased CBI probe into this suspected death by hanging to a ceiling fan of a young actor in order to bring the crystal clear truth in front of one n all is the need of the hour, an inevitability.

It may be recalled that the suspected suicidal death of Sushant Singh Rajput which occured on 14th June after his former secretary/ colleague Disha Salian’s suicidal death after falling from a multi storyed apartment in Mumbai has been in controversy n media hype, with certain holes in the entire tragedy.

The ED has already started a probe against Sushant’s girl friend Rhea Chakraborty n her family including her father n brother Showik with her advocate claiming that nothing untoward or doubtful has been found against her by the enforcement directorate.

Rhea Chakravorty had earlier requested through a tweet to HM Amit Shah for a CBI enquiry but later on allegedly retracted. Sushant’s traumatic father had lodged an FIR against Rhea n her family for destroying his son’s life ultimately leading to suicide n also misusing his money etc.

There have been several other suicides in Mumbai from the TV industry n Bhojpuri films during the last two months sending shock waves in the Bollywood fraternity.

SUSHANT’S SUICIDAL DEATH has raised certain controversy in Mumbai film industry with his numerous fans n renowned actress Kangana Ranaut too, openly coming out in the late actor’s favour allegedly accusing some senior actor’s n producers of nepotism resulting in allegedly pressuring the actor to take the drastic step of suicide as he was reported to have been deliberatedly n pre meditatedly sidelined in Bollywood.


Sunil Negi

Sunil Negi is a senior journalist and president of Uttarakhand Journalists Forum ( Regd). He usually writes on socio political subjects and have been contributing articles in print media for the last several years. Mr. Sunil Negi had been felicitated by All India Achievers conference's Pride of India and excellence awards apart from several other recognitions. He has translated a book on ecological disaster of Uttarakhand of June 2013 and edited and published two editions of Uttaranchal's Who's Who.

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