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Bihar Government appoints Ex- Advocate General Mukul Rohatgi to oppose Rhea Chakraborty’s plea in SC

Lawstreet Journal 3 Aug 2020 10:10pm

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On Thursday, 30th July 2020 there has been a major development in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise. Bihar Government has appointed ex-Advocate General Mukul Rohatgi to oppose Rhea Chakraborty’s interim prayer that the probe by the state’s police be stayed till the SC decides her plea on the transfer of investigation from Bihar to Mumbai.

Lalit Kishore Principal Additional Advocate General, Bihar has confirmed that Nitish Kumar’s government is set to oppose Rhea Chakraborty's plea before the SC and support Sushant's family. He said, “The caveat has already been filed.”

On Wednesday, 29th July 2020 Rhea Chakraborty moved in the apex court to transfer the case from Bihar to Mumbai, as the investigation in Mumbai was still pending.

The Bihar government has also recommended a CBI probe into the ‘mysterious’ suicide of the actor.

Officials at the state police headquarters said that the investigation was already going on but the government may recommend CBI for further investigation. Officials said that four-member Patna police have made progress in the case and had interrogated six members including the cook of the actor. They further stated that they have the right to appoint CBI. The Government is waiting for the return of the police team from Mumbai after collecting evidence.

Patna police also visited Kotak Bank’s Bandra West Branch where the actor had a bank account.

There has also been friction between the Patna police and Maharashtra Police with the state minister’s of state for home Shambhuraj Desai alleging that Bihar Police did not follow the protocol. 

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