Why is the Health Ministry not constituting a Medical Board to verify the AIIMS report?
It is now 115 days since the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) got full authority from the Supreme Court to probe the mysterious death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput (SSR). After the Bihar election results, for the past 30 days, all the brouhaha over the 34-year-old rising Bollywood actor from Bihar’s mysterious death is going into a deep freezer of silence. The CBI has not yet filed a charge sheet and no media reports on the CBI probe are coming out and All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), U-Turn terming the death as suicide has not been challenged by the Union Health Ministry. The Central Government has not responded to BJP leader Subramanian Swamy’s demand for Union Health Ministry’s Medical Board to examine the doubtful reports of AIIMS Forensic Chief Sudhir Gupta.
Election won, case forgotten?
Bihar Government, which challenged the Mumbai Police’s sloppy investigation leading to the CBI registering a First Information Report (FIR) is also silent after the Assembly elections are over in the first week of November. The CBI got full power to probe into the mysterious death after the Supreme Court Judgment on August 19, which has muted itself in the case. In effect, now the Central Government ruled by BJP and supported by it in Bihar has forgotten to deliver justice in the Sushant Singh Rajput case. There was a huge storm in the country when the young hero was found dead on June 14, leading to all kinds of revelations and exposure in the backyard of Mumbai’s movie world and the role of the narcotics trade.
Many in BJP IT Cell paid parrots tried to malign Aditya Thackeray on the Sushant case and one BJP activist Sameet Thakkar faced many weeks of imprisonment. Poor SSR’s death had become a playground for many to play their games.
NCB out of steam
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) which jumped into the case has also lost steam and bail orders of the courts to the main accused Rhea Chakraborthy and her brother show the sloppy case handling of NCB. The NCB which played to the galleries with so many news breaks is now silent while the main investigator CBI keeping quiet. Another agency Enforcement Directorate (ED) which talked about the money laundering angle and huge money transaction also practicing maun vrat. The two warring parties BJP and its rival Maharashtra ruling Shiv Sena who sparred on this mysterious death case are now suddenly searching for their vocal cords.
Mumbai Police busy elsewhere
What about Mumbai Police, which started probing the mysterious death of Sushant’s manager Disha Salian? Many fake YouTubers who floated a lot of theories on this incident and made a lot of money are also not seen after some were jailed by Mumbai Police. One such YouTuber earned Rs.15 lakhs. Many in BJP IT Cell paid parrots tried to malign Aditya Thackeray on the Sushant case and one BJP activist Sameet Thakkar faced many weeks of imprisonment. Poor SSR’s death had become a playground for many to play their games.
Act now, CBI!
CBI, the prime agency in the case must remember Justice Hrishikesh Roy’s 35-page Judgment empowering them to probe into Sushant Singh Rajput’s mysterious death case – “When truth meets sunshine, justice will not prevail on the living alone but after life’s fitful fever, now the departed will also sleep well. Satyameva Jayate.” It is high time CBI filed a charge sheet in the case. Before that, the Union Health Ministry must appoint Medical Board to verify the controversial report of AIIMS.
 When Truth Meets Sunshine…’: SC Orders CBI Probe Into Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case – Aug 19, 2020, Outlook India
 Sushant Singh Rajput Case: Fake News YouTube Channel Raked In Lakhs – Nov 19, 2020, Mid-Day
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