CBI responds to delay in Sushant's case, says 'every aspect of investigation underway' - Newztezz Online


Monday, September 28, 2020

CBI responds to delay in Sushant's case, says 'every aspect of investigation underway'

Even 106 days after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, the case has not been settled. 
The CBI probe has also taken more than 40 days. More than two dozen people have been questioned. AIIMS forensic team has reconstructed the incident three times. The Bureau of Narcotics Control is investigating the Drugs Angle while the ED is investigating from the angle of money laundering. On the one hand, the investigation of Sushant's case is slowing down and the fans and family are feeling helpless. The CBI then issued a statement on Monday. The investigating agency said they were closely examining every aspect and the investigation was not yet complete.

The Central Bureau of Investigation ( CBI ) said in a statement on Monday that the probe into Sushant Singh Rajput's death was still ongoing. The agency is investigating professionally and every aspect is being thoroughly investigated. There are several media reports which say that the CBI has not found any evidence of murder or incitement to suicide. However, the CBI says it is investigating every aspect to date. No aspect has been ruled out. On the other hand, there are media reports that the CBI may soon call Sushant Singh Rajput's sisters for questioning. Importantly, the CBI had earlier questioned Mitu Singh, one of Sushant's sisters. The direction of the case had changed a bit after the drugs angle came up in the case of Sushant's death but hopefully, one link after another will be added and the veil will be lifted from the mystery of Sushant's death.

Meanwhile, Sushant's father K. That. Singh's lawyer Vikas Singh says the direction of the probe is divided. More drugs angle than death are now being investigated. The family is feeling helpless. However, there have been reports that Riya Chakraborty's complaint against Sushant's sister has reached the CBI. The CBI may soon question Priyanka Singh and Mitu Singh in the matter.

Lawyer Vikas Singh says the CBI has not yet received any summons from Sushant's sisters for questioning. If the CBI calls them for questioning, they will definitely cooperate. A few days back, Vikas Singh had claimed in a press conference that Sushant had been killed and AIIMS doctors had ruled out suicide. Vikas Singh also said that this was told to him by a doctor from AIIMS. However, Vikas Singh's statement was refuted by AIIMS doctor Sudhir Gupta. Notably, Drs. A forensic board headed by Sudhir Gupta is investigating Sushant's death.

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