Sushant case: CBI team going to Mumbai for investigation will also be quarantined? BMC gave this answer
Mumbai. A top official of the Brihanmumbai Mahanagar Palika (BMC) said on Wednesday that the CBI team coming to Mumbai for investigation in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput's death is to stay in the city for more than a week if he is separated from his home. One has to apply for exemption. Meanwhile, a Maharashtra government minister said that Mumbai Police would continue to investigate the case. The Supreme Court on Wednesday accepted the Bihar government's decision to transfer the FIR lodged in Patna in the Rajput case to the CBI.
Earlier, when Bihar IPS officer Vinay Tiwari arrived in Mumbai in connection with the investigation of the case, he was sent separately by BMC officials under the rules related to corona virus. A BMC official, who did not wish to be named, said that as per the rules of the Government of Maharashtra, exemption from the rule of home abode for seven days stay for government officials coming from important work and doctors on duty related to Kovid-19 is. He said that but if the officials of other states want to stay here for more than seven days, then they have to apply for exemption from BMC.
Meanwhile, Maharashtra Transport Minister Anil Parab said that Mumbai Police would continue to investigate the Sushant Singh Rajput case. Senior Shiv Sena leader Parab also claimed that the Supreme Court has so far found no errors in the investigation conducted by the Mumbai Police. He said that the apex court has asked the CBI to investigate the FIR lodged in Patna by Rajput's father. Parab said, "The Maharashtra government had said that the case should be shifted to Mumbai as it is a matter of its jurisdiction." He said, "The state government will decide whether to file a review petition or not. .