Bihar IPS officer Vinay Tiwari who came to Mumbai to investigate Sushant Singh Rajput’s case was stamped to be in 14-day quarantine by the BMC. He was restricted from investigating anything in this matter by making him quarantined. This action by BMC also raised eyebrows in the case and questioned whether the Mumbai police is trying to “save” somebody.
However, in today’s report, Vinay Tiwari has been released and set free from the quarantine period on one condition. He has to leave Mumbai city by August 8 and then only he will be free from quarantine.
“BMC has informed me, through a text message, that I can go out of quarantine. I’ll be leaving for Patna now.” Said Vinay
Bihar IPS officer #VinayTiwari, who was quarantined in Mumbai, to leave for Patna today. Four other officers had returned to Patna yesterday.
BMC has informed me, through a text message, that I can go out of quarantine. I’ll be leaving for Patna now: Vinay Tiwari (in file pic) pic.twitter.com/Uk94aEy0Oy
— ANI (@ANI) August 7, 2020
Now Sushant’s case has been handed over to the CBI by the Bihar Police on the request of Sushant’s father, family members and Bihar CM Nitish Kumar.