After the Central government decided to hand over the Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput death case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Shiv Sena has demanded the central investigation agency should also investigate the deaths of judge BH Loya and BJP leader Gopinath Munde.
“Even we demand CBI inquiry into the death of Gopinath Munde and judge Loya. Let the truth come out in these cases,” Former Union minister and Sena leader Arvind Sawant said.
Foul play was suspected in the death of Loya, who was hearing the Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case of Gujarat involving current Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Munde had died in a road accident in 2014, but a US hacker claimed he was murdered as he was aware of EVM hacking.
Meanwhile, the Maharashtra BJP chief Chandrakant Patil attacked Shiv Sena for being in a “state of confusion”, of which they are demanding CBI probe into the deaths of Munde and Loya.
“There is no connection between Sushant Singh’s case and these two deaths. There is no point in again raking up the judge Loya issue, which is already over. The entire world knows that Munde had died in a road accident,” he was quoted saying.
The controversy over the investigation into the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput continues, with the CBI stepping in to conduct an independent probe and the ED carrying on their inquiry into the financial aspects of the case.
The investigations into the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput continues, with the CBI stepping in to conduct an independent probe and the ED carrying on their inquiry into the financial aspects of the case.
“Demand for CBI inquiry is not made very often. It’s not right to conduct a probe just because someone has demanded it. There is some procedure, which needs to be followed for carrying out a CBI probe. But an attempt is being made to undermine the Constitution, which is based on the federal structure of governance,” Sawant was quoted saying.
He also opposed the decision to handing over the Sushant Singh’s death case to CBO saying that it will demoralise Mumbai Police, who have been investigating the case “impartially”.