Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray Breaks His Silence on Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case

uddhav thackeray on sushant singh rajput case

Sushant Singh Rajput‘s untimely demise has created a lot of wars between groups in the industry and now it can be seen between political leaders as well. Recently, Maharashtra CM Udhhav Thackeray broke his silence on Sushant’s death case.

It’s been more than 40 days when Sushant was found dead in his apartment in Bandra on June 14. Since then Mumbai police have been doing investigation and interrogated more than 37 people in the case. After late actor’s father filed an FIR in Patna police station against Rhea Chakraborty, Bihar police has also involved in the investigation now.

Recently the former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis tweeted about SSR’s case while aiming at the state government. In his Tweet, he labelled Thackeray goverment as ‘reluctant’ for not transferring the case from Mumbai Police to CBI.

To his reply, Uddhav Thackeray quoted to PTI, ““The opposition can even bring Interpol or followers of the Namaste Trump event into the inquiry. Devendra Fadnavis should understand that it is the same police whom he has worked within the last five years.”

At an event organised by a Marathi news channel, Uddhav was seen saying that Mumbai police is not inefficient. He gave assurance to SSR’s fans, “I would like to tell Rajput’s fans to trust the Mumbai police and give whatever information they have to them. You can criticise if the case is not taken to its logical conclusion. We will interrogate and punish the guilty. However, please don’t use this case as a Maharashtra versus Bihar issue. This is the most deplorable thing to do.”

Former CM had tweeted, “There is a huge public sentiment about handing over #SushantSinghRajput case to CBI but looking at the reluctance of State Government, at least @dir_ed ED can register an ECIR since misappropriation and money laundering angle has come out.”

Mumbai and Bihar police are working on the case and interrogating more people everyday.