Sushant Singh Rajput case: CBI releases statement on FIR filed on Riya Chakraborty's complaint, said this


New Delhi: The  CBI has issued a statement on the FIR registered against Sushant Singh Rajput's sisters Mitu Singh and Priyanka Singh on Riya Chakraborty's complaint. The agency has declared this FIR wrong. CBI is investigating the case of Sushant Singh Rajput's death.

The CBI said, "The nature of the complaint made by Riya Chakraborty is based on speculation. Such speculation cannot be made the basis of FIR.

FIR was registered on September 7

On September 7, the Bandra police of Mumbai filed an FIR against Rajput's sisters and Dr. Tarun Kumar of Rammanohar Lohia Hospital in Delhi. This slip was signed by Dr. Kumar. Rajput's sisters filed a petition on October 6, seeking to dismiss the case.

Let me tell you that actress Riya Chakraborty requested the Bombay High Court on Tuesday to dismiss the petition of two sisters of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput.

In that petition, the two sisters have requested the cancellation of the FIR registered against them for making and obtaining fake medical treatment for their brother.

The actress, a complainant against Rajput's sisters Priyanka Singh and Mitu Singh in the case, filed an affidavit on Tuesday opposing their application and said that the allegations against both are serious.

He said that the investigation of this case against Rajput's sisters is still in the initial stage, so the investigation agency needs to be given time. He said that fake medical slips were used to get Rajput medicines which are banned under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS).

Chakraborty said in the affidavit, "Rajput died five days after receiving the said slip. In this slip, he has been illegally asked to take banned medicines at the behest of his sister (Priyanka) and Dr. Priyanka Kumar.

The affidavit states that it should be investigated whether Rajput took the medicines which may have led to his death or worsened mental condition. It states that the petition (of the Rajput sisters) should be dismissed. The actress has filed an affidavit through her lawyer Satish Manashinde.

A division bench of Justices SS Shinde and MS Karnik fixed the next date of hearing on November 4 as the CBI and Mumbai Police sought time to file their affidavits.
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