Mumbai police and Cooper Hospital gets clean chit from Maharashtra SHRC over Rhea Chakraborty’s entry into Morgue

Mumbai police and Cooper Hospital gets a clean chit from the Maharashtra SHRC over Rhea Chakraborty's visit to the morgue on June 15.
Maharashtra SHRC Gives 'Clean Chit' to Cooper Hospital and Mumbai Police over Rhea Chakraborty's Entry into Morgue

In Sushant Singh Rajput‘s death case, earlier it was revealed that Rhea Chakraborty had visited the mortuary of Cooper Hospital where the mortal remains of the late actor were kept. The hospital as well as the Mumbai police were under the scanner of the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission as to why the actress was allowed to visit morgue where the Sushant’s body was kept.

As per the reports, Rhea was given 45-minutes access into the morgue where generally nobody is allowed more than 5 minutes. The Commission received lots of complaints against Rhea’s access to the morgue after which a suo-moto was initiated by the SHRC.

The notice was sent to Mumbai police as well BMC after the videos went viral on social media. The SHRC had ordered the Mumbai police and civic authorities to submit their explanation.

After the detailed inquiry, the SHRC has given a clean chit to the Mumbai police and Cooper Hospital. According to Times Now report, the Commission stated that no discrepancies were found after the detailed inquiry.

In the meanwhile, Rhea Chakraborty, the prime accused of the case, along with her brother Showik Chakraborty is under the judicial custody of the NCB. Rhea is currently in the Byculla jail and the duo is likely to file a bail application in the High Court today.

Also, Shruti Modi‘s interrogation was stopped in between today after an NCB official was tested COVID-19 positive.