Sushant Singh Rajput Case : State Human Rights Commission Issues Notice to Mumbai Police and Cooper Hospital, Here’s why

The CBI team is deeply investigating the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. On Tuesday, Sushant’s CA Sandeep Sridhar as well as his flatmate Siddharth Pithani and cook Neeraj Singh were questioned by the CBI. The CBI investigation team also reached the Actor’s Bandra house on the weekend with Sushant’s flatmate and personal staff and the crime scene was recreated. It is now reported that the State Human Rights Commission has sent notices to Cooper Hospital and Mumbai Police in this case.

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According to a Mumbai Mirror report, a notice has been sent by the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission to the management of Cooper Hospital and the Mumbai Police, in relation to Rhea Chakraborty‘s visit at the mortuary of the hospital.

Rhea had reached the Cooper Hospital to see Sushant’s body. In a video footage, Rhea was seen walking out of the morgue of the Cooper Hospital as she reportedly spent 45 minutes there. She was caught on camera with three people leaving from there.

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The Mirror’s report states that police sources and the SHRC say that only close members of the deceased’s family are allowed inside the mortuary.