Plea for court-monitored probe into Disha Salian demise case must be filed in HC: Supreme Court docket


New Delhi: The Supreme Court docket Thursday mentioned the plea looking for court-monitored CBI probe into the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput’s former supervisor, Disha Salian must be filed within the Bombay Excessive Court docket.

Nonetheless, the apex court docket mentioned it was adjourning the matter for October 12 and within the meantime, the lawyer ought to strategy the excessive court docket.

A bench of Chief Justice S A Bobde and Justices A S Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian performed the listening to by means of video conferencing and mentioned it should hear the matter on Monday because the lawyer who was to look was unavailable.

Apart from the court-monitored CBI probe into Salian’s demise case, the PIL filed by Puneet Kaur Dhanda, has additionally sought submitting of the detailed probe report earlier than the highest court docket by Mumbai police into the investigated performed to date by it into the case.

The plea, which needs to be argued by lawyer Vineet Dhanda, claimed that each the deaths of Rajput and Salian had been interconnected as they occurred below suspicious circumstances.

“It’s after the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput, varied rumours and conspiracy theories have been linked between the deaths of Disha and Sushant, as a result of each died in suspicious circumstances and on the peak of their profitable skilled profession,” the plea mentioned.

Disha, 28, died on June eight after falling off the 14th ground of a residential constructing in Malad (west) Mumbai.

Rajput, aged 34, was discovered hanging from the ceiling of his house in suburban Bandra in Mumbai on June 14 and since then the Mumbai police has been probing the case retaining in thoughts varied angles.

The PIL mentioned that if the highest court docket, after perusal of the investigation report by the Mumbai police, finds it unsatisfactorily then the matter be referred to Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for additional investigation. 



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