The Bombay High Court on Thursday dismissed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed to probe the ‘unnatural death’ of celebrity manager Disha Salian. The court said that if anyone has any knowledge of a cognizable offense in relation to the death, he can hand it over to the police under the provisions of Criminal Procedure Code under Sections 38 and 39.
The PIL was filed by Puneet Dhanda and his lawyer Vineet Dhanda said that Salian died on 8 June and Sushant Singh Rajput died a few days later on 14 June. The lawyer said that both deaths were unnatural and claimed that media reports had questioned the reasons for his death.
Dhanda also said that the police only recorded accidental deaths. The court asked him if he had sought any information regarding the death from the public after issuing a press note to the police. Dhanda reacted negatively and said “the petition is with him”. The court said “this will not do”.
The court further said that if there is any hooliganism then the family members can contact the authorities. The court further said, “He himself is not sure of his local stand, in view of such circumstances we do not see any reason for considering this PIL.”
Earlier, in October, the Supreme Court refused to consider the plea of the court overseeing the CBI probe into Disha Salina’s death. Dhanda was given freedom by the court to approach HC.
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