In a press release to ANI, the Commissioner stated that the no query of ‘non-cooperation’ didn’t come up and that they’re “legally inspecting” whether or not Bihar Police have jurisdiction or not in Sushant Singh’s loss of life case.
“We noticed them (Bihar Police) in an enormous automotive & then in auto. They did not ask us for automotive. They requested for paperwork of case. We advised them it is our jurisdiction. They need to share how they’re coming in our jurisdiction. We’re taking authorized opinion to look at it,” ANI quoted the Commissioner.
We noticed them (Bihar Police) in an enormous automotive & then in auto. They did not ask us for automotive. They requested for paperwork of cas… https://t.co/c1g5cGXdmT
— ANI (@ANI) 1596460536000
A video of the press meet noticed the commissioner tackle questions and reiterate that the Mumbai Police was pursuing this case ‘legally’ and ‘professionally’.
“There is no such thing as a query of non-cooperation, we’re legally inspecting whether or not they (Bihar police) have jurisdiction or not in Sushant Singh Rajput Case. Nonetheless, if they have jurisdiction then they need to show it,” stated Param Bir to reporters.
He additionally went on to deal with a query of Rhea Chakraborty allegedly going ‘lacking’ following the FIR being filed by Sushant’s father, KK Singh.
Bir alleged that the Police have thus far recorded the statements of 56 folks and that that they had recorded Rhea’s statements twice and had referred to as her to the police station about 4 to 5 instances.
In a press release by her lawyer, Advocate Satish Maneshinde stated, “The rivalry of Bihar Police that Rhea Chakraborty is lacking will not be right. Her assertion has been recorded by Mumbai police. She’s cooperated with police as and when referred to as. Until at the moment no discover or summons has been obtained by her from Bihar Police they usually don’t have any jurisdiction to analyze the case. She has filed proceedings within the SC. She has sought switch of the case to Mumbai. The case is Sub Judice.”