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Maha Vikas Aghadi gets major jolt as SC orders CBI probe in Sushant Singh Rajput case

In a major triumph to the people’s campaign over a fair and transparent CBI inquiry over the Sushant Singh Rajput Case, the Maha Vikas Aghadi Government confronted a major setback when the Apex Court of India- The Supreme Court pronounced it’s verdict, commanding a CBI probe while directing the Maharashtra Government to cooperate with the CBI during it’s investigation.

From the Maharashtra’s Home Minister Anil Deshmukh to Transport Minister Anil Parab to a slew of the MVA government leaders along with Shiv Sena Mp Arvind Sawant had backed the NO CBI PROBE agenda citing that the Mumbai Police is professionally able to investigate the case.

With Maharashtra Government’s every effort to oppose CBI inquiry in Sushant Singh Rajput case has gone down to the drains, a cornered Shiv Sena is left with no bout but to retreat.

The Maharashtra Government has declined the move to seek liberty to appeal against the Supreme Court’s order.

The Sushant Singh Rajput case has spilled out many shocking revelations, raising many eyebrows, since the beginning the Maharashtra government has vehemently refused to hand over the probe to CBI with allegations made on the Mumbai Police in becoming aides and shielding powerful Bollywood and political interests.

But with the massive support of the people of the nation demanding justice to be served, the Supreme Court verdict has pronounced an announcement much awaited with long yearned hopes, invoking the assurance of Satyamev Jayate : Truth Prevails!

– Marilyn Ravi, NMTV News

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