In the Sushant Singh Rajput case, the CBI has now been called in. The Supreme Court, in an order, handed the case to the CBI, and said that “an impartial probe is the need of the hour”.  The top court also asked the Mumbai police to hand over all evidence it has collected to the investigating agency and said any other case registered in connection with the actor’s death would also be investigated by the CBI. They have sent their Special Investigation Team, to examine the evidence and take charge of the case. According to a new report, here are some details about the work the SIT team will be doing.

The 16-member SIT has been divided into three teams for an effective probe. One team that will look after the statement of the witnesses and talk to them. They will be the ones questioning Rhea Chakraborty and Sushant’s family.

The second team will be looking into the forensic evidence and meeting the doctors who have done SSR’s post-mortem. The third team will investigate the Mumbai Police’s work into the matter, exploring the professional rivalry angle, and everything else.

Currently, the ED is questioning Sushant’s sister Priyanka as well, as it appears they have found her mentioned in Sushant’s 2020 diary. They are trying to ascertain whether or not she was aware of Sushant’s plans.

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According to the latest reports, a member of Sushant Singh Rajput’s staff was questioned in Mumbai today by the CBI, A man wearing a black mask and dark shirt was seen with CBI officers in a video.

The SIT, led by officer Nupur Prasad, has now commenced their investigation, with this interrogation. Sushant Singh Rajput’s cook, who is among the key witnesses, was questioned.

The staff were questioned at the office of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and the Air Force Guest House in Santa Cruz. At the same time, CBI investigators met police officer Abhishek Trimukhe, who was among the first few at Sushant Singh Rajput’s Bandra home after his death.

Rhea Chakraborty, a 28-year-old actor, has been questioned twice by the Enforcement Directorate, which is inquiring into Sushant Singh Rajput’s father’s allegations of crores being taken out of his account.

The CBI has yet to decide where to question Rhea Chakraborty; it usually questions women accused at their homes.

The top court also asked the Mumbai police to hand over all evidence it has collected to the investigating agency and said any other case registered in connection with the actor’s death would also be investigated by the CBI.

The CBI’s SIT in Mumbai can investigate the crime scene in the next two to three days, and a team can visit Sushant’s house by this evening. The team will be recreating the crime scene with the help of the late actor’s dummy in exact height and weight as of the actor. People in the case will questioned simultaneously and if there are contradictions in their statements, they will be interrogated face to face. .

In the next few days, the SIT team of CBI will investigate the autopsy report, crime scene, photographs, videos with forensic experts. After analyzing the crime scene, the forensic team will go back to Delhi and conduct several tests in the CFSL.

Among the forensic experts who have come with CBI’s SIT, the Photo Expert and Scientific Aid Division is from the CFSL Delhi Unit, the rest is from the Forensic Expert Technical Forensic Expert CFSL Delhi Unit.

The SIT will re-examine the samples taken by the Mumbai Police, including the crime scene, photographs, videos, and everything else.

A CBI officer said to the media, “Our investigation will not be limited to the abetment of suicide case. We will probe all possible angles. We cannot comment more as we are yet to see the case file.”

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