Supreme Court refuses to hear CBI probe petition, goes to Bombay High Court, appellant withdraws petition

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On Monday, the Supreme Court denied hearing an appeal related to Disha Salian’s death. An application was made to the CBI to investigate Disha’s death. The decision was taken by a bench of Chief Justice of India SA Bob. Puneet Kumar Dhanda made the request seeking records related to Disha’s death from the Mumbai police.

Suspicious situation has been mentioned in the application
When the case first came up for hearing, the CJI said Mr Dhanda should consider going to the Bombay High Court instead of the Supreme Court. The petition revealed the suspicious circumstances of Disha and Sushant’s death, as both were at the peak of their careers at the time of death.

The hearing was adjourned twice
However, no lawyer appeared in the Supreme Court during the last two hearings. For this reason, CJI has adjourned the hearing both times. During the hearing on October 26, the lawyer said that the CBI was investigating the case of Sushant’s death. The central agency should also investigate the Disha case.

The lawyer withdrew the application
On top of that, the bench told the lawyer- you may have a case, but what is the problem in contacting the Bombay High Court? Under live law, the lawyer withdrew the application after this order. The Supreme Court has given freedom to the lawyer to file a petition in the Bombay High Court to the CBI to investigate the death of Disha Salian.


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