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Team Kangana Trolled Rhea And Her “Papa Jo” For Running Away From Investigation

Team Kangana Ranaut has taken a dig at Rhea Chakraborty after the actress moved Supreme Court earlier today seeking the Sushant Singh Rajput suicide case to be transferred to Mumbai Police.

Mumbai Police was investigating the case anyway, but after Sushant Singh Rajput’s father filed an FIR in Patna yesterday, the Bihar Police has swung into action as well and a team of 4 members of Bihar Police have reached Mumbai to launch a fresh investigation.

Various politicians have already said that the case should be transferred to Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to avoid a scenario where  multiple agencies will be investigating the same case.

The team of Bihar Police, which reached Mumbai yesterday, has not quizzed anyone yet, but they are supposed to start their investigation soon.

Some people are actually very surprised that Rhea has moved Supreme Court because she had herself tagged India’s home minister Amit Shah on twitter a few days ago requesting him to initiate a CBI inquiry into the matter.

If she was asking for a CBI inquiry, why can’t she now cooperate with Bihar Police in their investigation if she is not guilty?

Meanwhile, Team Kangana Ranaut quoted an article which covered the story of Rhea filing the petition in Supreme Court for transferring the case to Mumbai Police.

Quoting the article, Team Kangana Ranaut wrote, “Aisa kyun lagta hai ki Mumbai Police Rhea k Papa ki hai?” (Why does it seem as if Mumbai Police is owned by Rhea’s father?)

It’s a sarcastic statement by Team Kangana Ranaut and they are probably trying to suggest that Rhea Chakraborty is more comfortable being investigated by Mumbai Police than Bihar Police.

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Written by Abhishek

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