After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission, giving its verdict on Riya Chakraborty’s entry in Morchary, has given a clean chit to the Mumbai Police and Cooper Hospital in the case, saying they have not violated the rules in any way. The next day after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, Riya Chakraborty went to Morchery to see his body and stayed there for 40 minutes.

What did the State Human Rights Commission say
Riya Chakraborty’s presence at Cooper Hospital was questioned by whose permission she was present at Morchery for more than 40 minutes. While giving a decision on the matter, the Chairman of the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission said, “On Riya Chakraborty’s admission to Morchary, the commission says that there has been no violation of any kind of rules on behalf of Cooper Hospital or Mumbai Police.” The commission has investigated the case on the basis of media reports.

Cooper hospital staff allowed: Surjeet Rathore
On the issue of Riya Chakraborty being admitted to the Morchery of Cooper Hospital, our associate Channel Times spoke to Surjit Rathore who had taken Riya inside the Morchary that day. Surjeet Rathore spoke on the issue saying that the staff at Cooper Hospital had allowed him and Riya to file. See, Surjeet Rathore’s complete conversation with Times Now:

Questions arising on the decision of the State Human Rights Commission
However, questions are also being raised on the decision of the State Human Rights Commission on the matter of Riya Chakraborty going to Morchery, how the police and hospital staff have been given a clean chit. In fact, the Commission has said in its report that the police and hospital staff have not allowed any entry inside the Morchery nor has anyone gone inside the Morchery. While Surjeet still maintains that he went inside the marchery with Riya after getting permission from the police and hospital staff.

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