The Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission has taken over Rhea Chakraborty alleged access to the Cooper Hospital mortuary
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“Maharashtra human rights body notice to Cooper Hospital, Mumbai police on Rhea Chakraborty’s access to mortuary after Sushant’s death”
The report of News 18 Dr Pinakin Gujjar, dean of Dr RN Cooper Municipal General Hospital, where Sushant Singh Rajput’s body was taken for postmortem the day of his death on June 14, has denied that permission was granted to the late actor’s partner Rhea Chakraborty to visit the mortuary.
“The Commission has issued a notice to the Mumbai Police and the Cooper hospital and demanded a detailed written report on why the actress Rhea was allowed to enter the restricted area when she was not a blood relative”.
The SHRC on Monday also sent a reminder notice to the Mumbai Police, seeking its response in the matter which it is treating on priority. The Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission has taken objection over “Rhea Chakraborty alleged access to the Cooper Hospital mortuary“.
After the Rhea Chakraborty access to the Cooper Hospital mortuary videos went viral on social media and television networks, the SHRC received several complaints in the matter in July.
“Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case CBI is presently interrogated Rhea Chakraborty for four consecutive days for questioning. In her many television interviews, Rhea Chakraborty admitted that she did see her late boyfriend’s mortal remains in the hospital” where she paid her final respects.
It should be noted that Sushant’s family has raised concerns over Rhea’s visit to the mortuary despite having no legal right to do so. The family has claimed that the Bollywood actress paid a visit to the morgue even before the “autopsy“ and alleged foul play in the postmortem.
On Wednesday morning, the Central Bureau of Investigation took Siddharth Pithani for a fifth round of questioning at the DRDO guest house.