The CBI, which is investigating the Sushant Singh Rajput case, has said in the court that the filing of FIR by Riya Chakraborty against Sushant Singh Rajput’s sisters is “perverse and unlawful.” The agency said in the court that The FIR, filed on the basis of Riya Chakraborty’s complaint, charges against the actor’s sisters “based on speculation and doctored.” Also, the agency said that if Mumbai Police or Riya Chakraborty are to inform anything about Sushant Singh Rajput’s death and If any information is to be provided, it should have been shared with the CBI for direct action. There was no need to register an FIR at Bandra Police Station.
Significantly actress Riya Chakraborty had on Tuesday requested the Mumbai High Court to dismiss a petition of two sisters of the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. In that petition, the two sisters have requested the cancellation of the FIR lodged against them for making and obtaining fake medical treatment papers for their brother.
Chakraborty is accused of abetting his lover Rajput to commit suicide. The actress, who had complained against Rajput’s sisters-Priyanka Singh and Mitu Singh in this case, filed an affidavit on Tuesday opposing their application and said that the allegations against both of them are serious. She 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.
She had said that fake medical slips were used to get Rajput’s medicines which are banned under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS). Chakravarty said in the affidavit, “He died five days after Rajput obtained the 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 said that it should be investigated whether Rajput took those medicines or not. Due to which he may have died or the mental condition has worsened. It states that the petition (of Rajput’s sisters) should be dismissed. The actress had filed an affidavit through her lawyer Satish Manshinde.