Investigation was quarantined, says Bihar Cop on Sushant Singh Rajput case

Vinay Tiwari IPS
Vinay Tiwari IPS

Patna/Mumbai, Aug 7: Commenting on Mumbai police probe into actor’s death, Bihar IPS officer Vinay Tiwari said that not only he but Bihar Police’s investigation into actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death was also “quarantined and obstructed”.

Tiwari arrived in Mumbai to probe the case but was quarantined in Mumbai after his arrival and Mumbai authorities said it was done in line with COVID-19 protocols relating to inter-state travel.
IPS Officer was released and allowed to return to home.
Tiwari will now leave for Patna this evening, according to news agency ANI.

“I would say I wasn’t quarantined. The investigation was quarantined. Investigation of Bihar Police was obstructed,” Mr Tiwari, whose release had been requested by the Nitish Kumar government, told ANI.

After he arrived on Sunday, Tiwari, City Superintendent (central Patna), had been asked to stay in quarantine till August 15. City authorities insisted this was common procedure during the coronavirus outbreak and said Tiwari would have to make an application for exemption. In the meantime, they said, he could conduct his business via video conferences with the help of software like Zoom.

Bihar police chief Gupteshwar Pandey, however, claimed the officer had been “forcibly quarantined”. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said: “Whatever happened to him is not right, It is political”.

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