The CBI has imagined the allegations against Sushant’s sisters

New Delhi In the case of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, Riya Chakraborty (Riya Chakraborty) had filed a complaint against her sisters, about which the CBI has recorded her statement before the Mumbai High Court. The CBI on Wednesday told the Mumbai High Court that the allegations made by Riya Chakraborty against Sushant’s sisters in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death were mostly fabricated. So FIR cannot be filed on the basis of conjecture

Demanded cancellation of FIR
Riya Chakraborty alleged that Sushant had bought the banned drug in June 2020 on the basis of a fake prescription. Sushant Singh Rajput’s sisters have filed an application in the Mumbai High Court seeking quashing of the FIR filed against them. In this context, the CBI said that the Mumbai Police should have investigated before registering the FIR.

The rear allegation is fictional
Riya Chakraborty has alleged that Sushant bought banned drugs on June 20, 2020 on the basis of fake prescriptions. The CBI has said that the allegations made by Riya against Sushant’s sisters are mostly fictitious and speculative.

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Against the FIR rules
Who is Sushant Singh Rajput’s father? Who Singh filed a complaint against Riya Chakraborty and his family members. The CBI is involved in his investigation. The CBI further said, “Two FIRs cannot be registered in one action. The CBI is already investigating all the cases related to Sushant Singh Rajput. So the Mumbai Police should have sent Riya Chakraborty’s complaint to the CBI and not filed another FIR in the case. For this reason, it is illegal to make an FIR with the same information.

Why didn’t Riya do it before
The CBI further said that if Riya Chakraborty had known about the conversation between Sushant Singh Rajput and his sister Priyanka, they should not have remained silent before September. The CBI further said that it was investigating without any discrimination or coercion. The Mumbai High Court will now hear the case on November 4.

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