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Sushant Singh Rajput Death Row : Aditya Thackeray Backs Sanjay Raut’s Statement – Mumbai Made Sushant, Why Bihar is so Concerned

The Sushant Singh Rajput Death row seems to be going in a different direction now. It has gained the center stage in the recent past. All thanks to the bigwigs of Mumbai city getting involved in it including the senior leaders like Sanjay Raut. While talking about the same to Zee News, Raut said that the death case of the actor has become political which demands the case to be handed to the CBI. He raised a question as to how the central government has given a green signal to the CBI probe when Mumbai Police is still investigating. 

He called this to be a politics of pressure, which is coming under the pretext of CBI. He further added saying that Mumbai Police has a reputation all across the globe and there was no laxity from the Police when it comes investigating the case. He said that the Police have investigated in every direction. Meanwhile, he was also seen asking the Bihar government as to why the state was so much concerned when it was Mumbai who made Sushant and gave him the fame.

Reacting to this statement, Mr. Aaditya Thackeray who happens to be the cabinet minister in the state government also tweeted supporting the words of Raut. While answering to the allegations on social media stating that he is also involved in Sushant’s case, Aaditya called it as dirty politics. He called the allegations against him baseless and claimed that he has been targeted by the opposition parties. He added that people having any evidence should submit the same to the Police. He informed that the state will submit the report to the Supreme Court soon.

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