Mumbai: The Bombay Excessive Court docket on Wednesday requested an advocate to serve to the Maharashtra authorities a duplicate of his petition that seeks court-monitored CBI probe into the loss of life of Disha Salian, former supervisor of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
The petition filed by advocate Puneet Dhanda claimed that the deaths of Disha Salian and Rajput are interconnected as they occurred beneath suspicious circumstances.
When the plea was taken up for listening to on Wednesday by a division bench of Justices KK Tated and GS Kulkarni, the petitioner’s advocate Vineet Dhanda advised the court docket that Salian had died on June eight and Rajput on June 14.
“The Mumbai police has not achieved their work and never carried out a correct inquiry into the deaths. The case (each the deaths) has created hue and cry within the nation,” Vineet Dhanda argued.
The bench was, nevertheless, knowledgeable by the extra authorities pleader that the state has not been served a duplicate of the petition.
Dhanda then claimed that he has already served a duplicate however will accomplish that once more.
“You (petitioner) file an affidavit of service and in addition give them (authorities) one other copy,” the bench stated, and posted the plea for additional listening to on November 26.
The petitioner, Puneet Dhanda, approached the Bombay Excessive Court docket after the Supreme Court docket refused to listen to the plea and directed them to method the excessive court docket first.
Salian, 28, died on June eight, 2020, after falling off the 14th flooring of a residential constructing in suburban Malad.
Rajput, aged 34, was discovered hanging from the ceiling of his house in suburban Bandra on June 14.
Whereas the Mumbai police had initially registered an Further Loss of life Report (ADR) case in Rajput’s loss of life, the probe was later handed over to CBI after his father KK Singh filed a case in Bihar accusing the actor’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and her household of abetting his suicide and dishonest him.