Sushant's death case grows darker, tough challenges for the CBI
Demand of CBI probe into the questionable death of Sushant Singh Rajput is increasing day after day. Central Government has already allowed CBI to investigate the FIR filed by the Patna police. But, Maharashtra Government is not in favour of CBI inquiry and hence the case is now in the Supreme Court awaiting a decision. It is being said that the way Sushant's death case has entangled it will not be easy even for the CBI to find the truth. Every day new revelations are surfacing on the media which is making the case more intriguing than it was.
Investigation done by Mumbai Police in the suspicious death of actress Jiah Khan was also questioned and the case was later handed over to CBI. Jiah's mother Rabia Khan is now in London, she has supported the demand for CBI probe into the suspicious death of Sushant Singh Rajput. She has also expressed her concern about the intentions of Mumbai police in this regard.
Rabia Khan has said, " I am not sure whether police will cooperate, whether the witnesses will cooperate. I am worried about this. But I request all to support the demand for CBI probe. Our innocent childs have gone, let the CBI investigate and justice be served."
In both the death cases of Jiah Khan and Sushant Singh Rajput, there was no eye-witness, also no suicide note could be found in the scene of incidents. Both cases are founded on circumstantial evidence only. Ligature mark is crucial in Sushant's death case but since the funeral rites are already done there is no scope for reexamination of the ligature mark any more. It means that the CBI will have to form their case solely on the evidences collected by Mumbai Police.
On the other hand, Vikas Singh the lawyer appointed by Sushant's father K.K Singh has said that the autopsy report of Sushant Singh Rajput lacks one crucial element. For any autopsy report it is essential to mention the time of death whereas in case of Sushant, no indication for time of death has been mentioned.
After Jiah Khan's suspicious death on 3 June 2013, her family wanted registration for a murder case but despite their demand the case registered was for abetment to suicide. Initially, Sushant Singh Rajput case was looking like a simple case of suicide but recent developments in the case are pointing towards a murder case. But, in lack of witness and conclusive forensic evidence the CBI will have a hard time to crack the case.