Sushant Singh Rajput case: Maharashtra SHRC gives clean chit to Mundia police and Cooper Hospital on entering Riya Chakraborty’s mortuary. Hindi movie news

Sushant Singh Rajput case: Maharashtra SHRC gives clean chit to Mundia police and Cooper Hospital on entering Riya Chakraborty's mortuary. Hindi movie news
Given by the State Human Rights Commission Clean Chit To them Mumbai Police And Cooper Hospital Than the authorities Riya ChakrabortyEntering the mortuary, according to a Times Now report. The hospital was under investigation Maharashtra SHRC Because Rhea was admitted The rooster Were Sushant Singh RajputThe body was laid to rest.

The SHRC had directed the police and civil authorities to submit their detailed explanations. According to a Times Now report, Rhea was given 45 minutes access to the morgue. The SHRC said that after a detailed investigation, they have not found any difference so far. The family of the late actor had earlier alleged who allowed Riya to go there and stay in the mortuary for 45 minutes.

The notice was sent to Mumbai Police and Brahmbambai Municipal Corporation after the video went viral on social media and television. The SHRC has received several complaints in this regard after which it has initiated suicide proceedings.

Meanwhile Rhea and her brother Shoik Chakraborty He is expected to file a bail application in the High Court with an appeal for an immediate hearing so that the matter can be heard tomorrow.

The Bureau of Narcotics Control (NCB) has asked the late actor’s former business manager Jaya Saha and Shruti Modi to appear before it on Wednesday.

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