Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh has alleged that there was an attempt to tarnish the image of Mumbai Police in the Sushant case. Our investigation was moving in the right direction. The report from Cooper Hospital was also correct. The Supreme Court had also expressed satisfaction over the probe, Parambir Singh said. The Mumbai Police was defamed by creating fake accounts on social media. The Commissioner of Police also clarified that an inquiry into that social account is underway. Singh also said that the retired IPS had gone to court against the defamation done by some media organizations.
According to AIIMS doctors, the panel also handed over the report to the CBI that it was not the murder of Sushant Singh Rajput but a suicide. Cooper Hospital, forensic experts and our investigation said it was a suicide. We are not surprised that the AIIMS panel of doctors reported the same. The truth always comes out, said Parambir Singh. He was speaking at a press conference in Mumbai.
Many fake accounts were created on social media. It was just abusive. Misinformation was being spread. Cyber experts are investigating. Those found guilty in the case will be prosecuted, said Parambir Singh. Meanwhile, some media houses had also tarnished the image by launching a campaign against the Mumbai police. Retired IPS officers have knocked on the doors of the High Court against him. The matter will be heard on October 8. We are confident that the High Court will also give a fair verdict on this.