Hoping CBI won’t investigate Sushant’s case as it did Dabholkar murder: Pawar


Nationalist Congress Social gathering (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar on Thursday took a swipe on the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) over actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise case being transferred to the central investigation company by the Supreme Court docket.

Pawar mentioned he hoped that CBI is not going to perform the investigation within the actor’s case prefer it had in Dr Narendra Dabholkar’s homicide. On the similar time, he mentioned, he was positive the Maharashtra authorities will cooperate with the company, respecting the apex court docket’s resolution.

“I hope the investigation is not going to be carried on, as was performed with Dr Narendra Dabholkar’s homicide additionally below investigation by the CBI, which commenced in 2014 and stays unresolved,” Pawar mentioned in a sequence of tweets on Thursday.

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Pawar was stating to the case of Dabholkar, an anti-superstition crusader, who was shot lifeless from an in depth vary in broad daylight by unknown gunmen on August 20 ,2013. The Bombay excessive court docket had transferred the case to the CBI in Might 2014. The case, which is but to be solved, is alleged to be linked to different three murders, these of rationalist and Communist chief Govind Pansare, Kannada scholar M M Kalburgi and journalist and activist Gauri Lankesh.

“I’m positive the Maharashtra Govt will respect the judgement of the Supreme Court docket handy over Sushant Singh Rajput’s case to the CBI and absolutely cooperate within the investigation course of,” Pawar additional mentioned.

He had publicly ticked off his grand-nephew Parth Pawar over demanding CBI investigation within the case. He, nonetheless, had additionally mentioned that there was no cause to oppose the CBI investigation. “Maharashtra and Mumbai police are succesful and I’ve 100% belief in them. If somebody nonetheless needs a probe by CBI or every other company, then there is no such thing as a cause to oppose it,” he had mentioned, instantly after ridiculing his grand-nephew on the difficulty.

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The Supreme Court docket on Wednesday determined to switch Rajput’s case to the CBI. The actor was discovered lifeless at his Mumbai condo on June 14 and Mumbai police was investigating the case and the house division is with the NCP. State’s Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi authorities was opposing switch of the case to the CBI.


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