MUMBAI: It’s been over a month since Bollywood on-screen character Sushant Singh Rajput died and looks his less than ideal and stunning passing has left a staggering impact on his fans and companions. Sushant’s destruction has likewise activated hypothesis and outrage via web-based networking media if the on-screen character will get equity from the Mumbai Police, which is examining his passing.

It is likewise to be noticed that Sushant’s dad KK Singh (74) on July 28 enrolled an FIR against entertainer’s supposed sweetheart Rhea Chakraborty and six others, including her relatives of deceiving abetment to self-destruction. Following the grumbling, a four-part group of Bihar Police showed up in Mumbai and started its examination concerning the case.

In the meantime, Congress pioneer Sanjay Nirupam on Sunday (August 2) took to online networking and wrote in Hindi, “It is bizarre that police of two states are independently examining the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput. If the Mumbai Police doesn’t surrender the hardheadedness, the Bihar Police must write to Center and request a CBI investigation into the issue. In any event, the examination will discover a bearing and open assessments will be regarded. Above all, equity will be done to Sushant.”

A day sooner, the politico had scrutinized the lead of Maharashtra and Bihar Police and tweeted, “How the police of two states are carrying on in the city of Mumbai on the issue of examination of Sushant Singh’s passing, it looks terrible.”

“The Patna Police was today driven into the vehicle by the Mumbai Police. It appears as though there was an opposition going on between the two states police,” he said in the tweet.

The Bihar Police has over and over blamed the Mumbai Police for not collaborating on the issue. The Patna Police group, which is as of now in Mumbai, said that Mumbai Police has not yet imparted to them significant archives including the after death report of Sushant, regardless of a few interests.

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