CBI Completes Sushant Case Probe, Says No Evidence Of Foul Play
The central agency is expected to file its closure report after two months of probing the Sushant case. It has found no evidence against Rhea Chakraborty or others for abetting the actor’s suicide
After almost two months of the Central Bureau of Investigation’s (CBI) probe into the Sushant Singh Rajput death case, the agency has reportedly completed its investigations. The special team was deployed after Sushant’s family levied suicide abetment and subsequently murder charges against actress Rhea Chakraborty, her family and her associates.
According to sources, the CBI did not find any foul play in the late actor’s death and a closure report may be filed by the officials basis the case chargesheet. The agency will give its findings to the CBI Court in Patna and leave it to the judicial institution to decide if Rhea should be considered an accused in the matter.
The CBI personnel explored all possible angles in the sensational case that not only saw massive traction in India but also across the world. The forensic lab reports and the examination of the Kedarnath actor’s viscera also displayed no signs of any poisoning in his body. No concrete evidence proving the Jalebi actress’s role in her partner’s death was found by the police.
Before the special team took over, the Mumbai police had investigated the case and reported similar findings, while confirming that Rajput had committed suicide due to his mental health issues. The Mumbai police officers and the Maharashtra Government had faced severe backlash before the case was eventually transferred to the CBI.
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