Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) has questioned the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for its radio silence regarding the probe into actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case and the New Delhi-based All Indian Institute of Medical Sciences’ (AIIMS) panel report that was made public in October.
The get together has questioned if the central investigating company is below political stress to maintain mum within the case, which has caught the nation’s creativeness, until the continuing three-phase Bihar elections finish on November 7.
Sachin Sawant, basic secretary of the MPCC and a celebration spokesperson, tweeted on Monday morning: “Is the CBI following code of conduct for Bihar elections within the #SushantSinghRajputCase? Why no motion and assertion has been made even after the AIIMS panel submitted its report? It has been a month because the AIIMS panel report was made public. Has the Narendra Modi-led authorities informed them (CBI) to maintain issues in abeyance till Bihar elections are over?”
Sawant discovered it unusual that the CBI didn’t utter a phrase on the standing of the probe within the case after greater than two months of taking it over and a month after the AIIMS panel report was submitted.
“We’ve two questions for the CBI. Is it silent due to the prevailing code of conduct for the Bihar elections? We’d additionally wish to know if there’s any stress from the Modi authorities directing the CBI to not subject any assertion within the case till the elections are over. The political use of the CBI on this episode and an try to defame Maharashtra has been established. It’s excessive time for the central probe company to talk up,” he mentioned.
Rajput (34) was discovered useless at his Bandra condo on June 14. The investigation of the case was handed over to the CBI from Mumbai Police in August after an order from the Supreme Court docket (SC).
The AIIMS panel report dominated out the potential of poisoning as the trigger of Rajput’s death.
The Bharatiya Janata Social gathering (BJP), the primary opposition in Maharashtra, had criticized Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) coalition authorities, comprising the Shiv Sena, the Nationwide Congress Social gathering (NCP) and the Congress, and Mumbai Police for his or her inept dealing with of the investigation into Rajput’s dying.
In the meantime, BJP leader Atul Bhatkhalkar mentioned the Congress leaders shouldn’t be impatient because the CBI is doing its job professionally and can quickly come out with the report. “There isn’t a query of the political use of the investigating company. Had it been the motive of the BJP, there may have been arrests of political leaders right here. CBI has been doing the probe very professionally and can quickly come out with the report within the SSR dying case. Congress leaders shouldn’t neglect that there was not a single arrest for 9 months in rationalist Narendra Dabholkar’s killing in 2013 when Congress was in power right here,” he said.