The lawyer of Sushant Singh Rajput’s household, Vikas Singh, has mentioned he’s upset at Shiv Sena’s rivalry that the connection between the actor and his father, KK Singh, was not cordial. The lawyer requested who within the occasion was so intimate with the late actor or his household to know the main points about their relations.
“I’m very unhappy that Shiv Sena is saying one thing like this. Who in Shiv Sena was figuring out both the daddy or Sushant Singh Rajput so intimately that he confessed to him that my household relations weren’t appropriate?” he informed ANI.
Sushant’s father lodged an FIR on July 25 in Patna of abetment to suicide in opposition to the actor’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and some others. After a turf battle between Mumbai Police, who had been investigating the case, and Bihar Police, the case was transferred to the CBI.
On Monday, Rhea filed a brand new plea within the Supreme Court docket, complaining that she was being subjected to trial by media. She mentioned she shouldn’t be made “scapegoat of political agendas” within the actor’s dying case and alleged that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is “reported to be liable for registration of FIR in Patna” in opposition to her. She claimed that the “unhappy incident” of Rajput’s dying sadly occurred simply in wake of elections in Bihar and this led to the problem of suicide being remoted and “blown out of proportion in media”, inflicting excessive trauma and infringement of privateness of her rights as a result of “fixed sensationalisation” of this case.
“If the media desires to get to the reality, how can anyone say that free speech must be curtailed? When the Mumbai Police known as folks from Bollywood and it was reported, she didn’t have issues,” Vikas mentioned, reacting to Rhea’s plea.
When requested if the CBI can even be questioning Sushant’s father, the lawyer mentioned, “I can’t touch upon that. CBI has to do its personal job. I’ve no management over what it does. If CBI desires to look at the complainant, then, they’re inside their rights to take action.”