The Supreme Court on Thursday will hear a PIL looking for a court-monitored CBI probe into the loss of life of Sushant Singh Rajput’s former supervisor Disha Salian, together with the company’s probe into the loss of life of the Bollywood actor, as each are “inter-linked”.
The PIL is listed for listening to earlier than a bench headed by Chief Justice S.A. Bobde and comprising Justices A.S. Bopanna and V. Ramasubramanian.
The plea, filed by Puneet Kaur Dhanda by means of advocate Vineet Dhanda, has sought a route to Mumbai Police to put on report the detailed investigation report within the case after it was reported that her case file is lacking or has been deleted.
Dhanda has urged the highest court docket if, after perusal of the identical, the court docket finds it unsatisfactory, then the matter could kindly be referred to Central Bureau of Investigation for additional investigation.
Salian died on June eight after falling off the 14th flooring of a residential constructing (Regent Galaxy) in Mumbai’s Malad West. “A week later, on the morning of June 14, Sushant Singh Rajput allegedly died by suicide which creates suspicion,” mentioned the plea.
The plea argued that Salian was in a relationship with actor Rohan Rai, who had appeared in some TV serials, they usually had been about to get married after the Covid-19 induced lockdown ended.
“According to a family statement given to Mumbai Police, the family was happy with the relationship. The couple was waiting for the lockdown to get over and wanted to get married immediately. Just before the lockdown, Disha and Rohan had brought 2 BHK flat in the Regent Galaxy building at Malad West…..”, added the plea.
The petitioner insisted that the deaths of Sushant and Salian are interconnected.
“The Bihar Police reached Malwani Police Station to seek details about Sushant’s ex-manager’s death. However, the Mumbai Police told Bihar Police that the description of her case has been ‘deleted by accident’ and cannot be retrieved. This is to be noted that the Mumbai Police investigating officer initially was ready to share the details of the case but things changed after he received a call,” the plea claimed.