No violation of rules in Riya Chakrabortys visit to the morgue: Maharashtra Human Rights Commission – no violation of rules in Riya Chakraborty's visit to the morgue: Maharashtra Human Rights Commission


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The commission had issued a show cause notice to the hospital and police on August 25, when some news channels claimed that Rajput's live-in partner Chakraborty had been allowed to enter the post mortem room in the morgue in violation of norms.

The official said, "Both agencies, especially the hospital, submitted detailed reports with documents and photographs. No strangers or third parties were allowed to enter the post-mortem room. These are prohibited areas."

According to the hospital's dean, Chakraborty may have been present in the waiting area set up for visitors and relatives when Rajput's body was taken for cremation after postmortem on 15 June. He said, "The police had no role because once the body was handed over to the crematorium (for postmortem), then they had no role."

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"The role of the police resumed when the body was handed over to him and he handed it over to relatives," the official said. The officer said that Rajput's body was handed over to his sister. The officer said, "All these Looking at the aspects, the Commission came to the conclusion that there was no violation of rules by the Dean or the police.

Rajput (34) allegedly committed suicide in his flat in suburban Bandra on 14 June. Riya Chakraborty was later arrested in a drug case related to the actor's death. She is also facing a CBI inquiry on charges of abetting Sushant to suicide.

(This news has not been edited by the NewsBust team. It is published directly from the Syndicate feed.)


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