Sushant Singh Rajput case to CBI, Swara Bhasker defends Mumbai police

The Flesh [2020] actor reacts to the SC’s order, says ‘it’s not fair to suggest that the Mumbai Police wasn’t doing a fair job

By Our Correspondent

Source: Swara Bhasker Instagram

‘A day after the apex court passed its order to transfer the Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case to the CBI [Central Bureau of Investigation], actress Swara Bhasker has jumped to the defense of the Mumbai police.

In an interview with Pinkvilla, Bhasker mentioned that while she hopes that the CBI is allowed to conduct the investigation fairly and impartially, she also debunked the criticism that Mumbai Police didn’t do a proper job.

“I don’t think it is fair to suggest that the Mumbai Police were not doing a good job or were not being professional. I think that there is a problem right there that we did not trust the Mumbai Police, we should have. We have no reason to doubt their conduct. I hope the CBI will now be allowed to do their job in a fair and impartial manner,” stated the Flesh (2020) actress.

When asked if she had anything to say with verdict, Bhasker responded, “There is nothing new to add, I have said this before that the courts, the judicial system must be allowed to do their job, the police should have been allowed to do their job.”

More than two months have passed since Rajput was found dead at his Bandra residence (14 June). While several theories have sprung up alleging that the actor was suffering from depression in the months following his suicide, his family and friends have refused to believe so. Sushant’s father K.K Singh had accused the actor’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and her family of driving his son to suicide. The family now believes that the actor could have been murdered.

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