Will Seek Legal Opinion If Bihar Cops Can Probe Sushant Singh Case: Mumbai Police

Bihar Police officers requested for paperwork of the Sushant Singh Rajput case, says Mumbai cop. (File)

Mumbai:

Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh has mentioned that they’re taking authorized opinions to look at whether or not Bihar Police can examine Sushant Singh Rajput demise case, which is of their jurisdiction.

Mr Singh rejected allegations about Mumbai Police not offering a automobile to Bihar Police staff which is there within the metropolis after a case was registered by the Patna Police based mostly on Mr Rajput’s father KK Singh’s grievance in opposition to Rhea Chakraborty accusing her of harassment and abetment of suicide.

“They’ve been (Bihar Police) given a automobile by DG workplace. A number of COVID-19 instances had been reported at IPS Mess, Worli, so no rooms had been allotted there. A room was allotted to senior officers of Bihar Police in the primary mess of SRPF in Goregoan. The allegations are false,” the Mumbai Police Commissioner mentioned.

“We noticed them (Bihar Police) in an enormous automobile after which in an auto. They did not ask us for the automobile. They requested for paperwork of the case. We informed them it’s our jurisdiction for investigation. They need to share how they’re coming in our jurisdiction. That is why we’re taking authorized opinion to look at it,” he mentioned.

When requested to touch upon the quarantine of Patna SP Vinay Tiwari, Param Bir Singh mentioned that anyone who travels by air excluding those that will return in a set time interval, must bear home-quarantine essentially.

“COVID-19 instances in Mumbai are coming underneath management after a variety of exhausting work, subsequently precautionary measures are being taken. Anyone who travels by air excluding those that will return in a set time interval, must bear home-quarantine essentially. I’m certain that BMC ought to take motion in response to its guidelines and it’ll handle the problem,” he mentioned.

Earlier, Bihar Director Normal of Police (DGP) Gupteshwar Pandey Pandey had mentioned that Vinay Tiwari had been “forcibly quarantined” by the municipal authorities in Mumbai, following which Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had harassed that this isn’t a political concern and mentioned the state DGP will converse to the Maharashtra Police within the matter.

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