Sushant Singh Rajput Suicide: Nitish Kumar Govt Seeks CBI Probe On Family’s Demand

“Today Sushant’s father demanded CBI inquiry. Accordingly we will send recommendation,” Nitish Kumar had assured after speaking to Sushant’s father.


Patna| The Bihar government has recommended a CBI inquiry in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide. Earlier, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said, this decision was to be taken only after the consent of the family. He had said that if the family demands, the govt will work on it.

“Today Sushant’s father demanded CBI inquiry. Today we will send recommendation. The process has started,” Nitish Kumar said. This morning, Sushant’s father KK Singh spoke to Nitish Kumar. During this, he appealed to issue a CBI inquiry order.

On the other hand, the face-off between Bihar and Mumbai Police has intensified over the probe of Sushant Singh Rajput’s Death. Bihar DGP Gupteshwar Pandey said on Tuesday, “Our IPS officer Vinay Kumar Tiwari was forcibly quarantined. Mumbai officials are not negotiating with us. It indicates that something is wrong.”

Pandey said that Vinay Tiwari was treated like a criminal. “Our four officers have been hiding there due to fear of Mumbai Police,” Pandey said. He said that if Rhea Chakraborty is innocent then why she does not come forward and cooperate in the investigation. Why are they only supporting Mumbai Police? He asked why the Mumbai Police flares up on hearing Sushant’s former manager Disha Salian’s name.

Warned Mumbai Police That My Son was In Danger

On Tuesday, KK Singh- father of Sushant Singh Rajput alleged that he had informed Mumbai Police that Sushant was in danger in the month of February. But no action was taken. He said therefore he had to approach Bihar Police. Mumbai police however said that they did not receive any written complaint from the family. It further said that there was no record of such complaint with the concerned police station.

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