After the investigation of the Sushant Singh Rajput death case was transferred to the CBI by the Supreme Court, reports claimed that apart from CBI, Mumbai Police will also conduct a parallel investigation in the actor’s death case. However, according to latest reports, the Mumbai Police will not conduct any parallel investigation in the case.
According to an IndiaTV report, the Mumbai Police will no longer conduct a parallel investigation in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. According to the report, the Mumbai Police will hand over the necessary documents related to the case to CBI and will support them during the investigation.
The report also claimed that the Maharashtra government will not file any review petition in the case. The CBI has already formed a Special Investigation Team (SIT) which will begin its investigation in the case in Mumbai. The team, comprising two SPs and one investigating officer, will reportedly reach Mumbai soon.
Earlier, Maharashtra Home Minister had hinted at a Parallel investigation. “We welcome the Supreme Court judgement. We shall extend whatever help is needed to the CBI. We will examine the (verdict’s) Para 34 and think about it (parallel probe).” He lauded the city police and said, “It is also a matter of pride for Mumbai Police that the Supreme Court observed there is no fault found in their investigation under CrPC’s Section 174.” Anil Deshmukh was quoted as saying.