Lawyer raised questions on CBI’s methods in Sushant case

Sushat Singh Rajput (File photo)

New Delhi: His family’s lawyer Vikas Singh has expressed displeasure over the methods of CBI investigation in Sushant Singh Rajput’s suspicious death. He has also questioned the speed and direction of the CBI probe. He has said that the CBI investigation is going in the wrong direction. The lawyer claimed that he was told by a doctor at the India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) after seeing pictures of the day Sushant’s death that it was not a suicide but a strangulation.

Vikas Singh tweeted dismay at the CBI investigation on Sushant Rajput’s suspicious death, in which he wrote, “I am frustrated by the CBI’s delay in deciding to change the abetment to suicide in the murder case of Sushant Singh Rajput . The doctor who was part of the AIIMS team told me long ago that from the pictures I sent to him, 200 percent indicated that it was not suicide but death from strangulation. “

Explain that the investigation started in Sushant Singh Rajput’s suspected death is now focusing on the drugs connection of Bollywood by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). Sushant’s body was found at his house in Bandra on 14 June. The Mumbai police did not register an FIR as a suicide. Due to which Sushant’s father later lodged an FIR in Bihar. The matter was referred to the CBI on the recommendation of the Bihar government.

Also read in Hindi: सुशांत केस में CBI के तरीकों पर वकील ने उठाये सवाल, कहा- गलत दिशा में जा रही जांच