Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case Latest Update: CBI is likely to move special CBI court in Patna to submit its final report in the case, ruling out any conspiracy or foul play.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is probably going to present its last report to an extraordinary CBI court in Patna in the Sushant Singh Rajput passing case. As indicated by a report distributed in Zee News, the CBI group, under the administration of Nupur Prasad, has finished its test, and it is before long shutting the case by answering to the uncommon court. Additionally Read - Bollywood Drugs Probe Update: NCB Opposes Kshitij Prasad's Bail Plea, Defends Use of Section 27-An Against Him
As referenced in the report by the channel, the CBI has precluded the chance of any connivance or unfairness into the passing instance of the late entertainer. In any case, the group's choice in the abetment to self destruction charge referenced in the first FIR recorded by SSR's dad against Rhea Chakraborty and six others should be seen. When the CBI records its report with the court, the choice in regards to charges against Rhea and others in the abetment to self destruction case lies with the legal executive. Additionally Read - Here's Why ED Conducted Searches at Dinesh Vijan's Office in Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case.
Prior a month ago, the AIIMS group that was set-up by the CBI to rethink the examination led by the Cooper Hospital for the situation, precluded harming and murder hypotheses in its decisive report to the government testing organization. This likewise caused a buzz with SSR's family requesting a new test against Dr Sudhir Gupta under whose administration the AIIMS group led the reassessment of the dissection report.
In the interim, Rhea, who was captured by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in the medications test identified with the SSR passing case, has been conceded bail by the Bombay High Court. The entertainer currently plans to squeeze charges against the media houses and individuals who purportedly attempted to defame her notoriety, and assaulted her by calling her names during the examination for the situation.
Aside from CBI, the NCB and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) are additionally yet to present their last report for the situation.