Amidst the continued suspense over the dying of actor and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Sonali Phogat, sister Rukesh has suspected political angle within the suspicious dying of her sister.
Speaking to new company ANI, Rukesh mentioned, “The truth will come out only after a Central Bureau of Investigation(CBI) probe. We are not satisfied with the investigation by Goa Police. Goa Police was probing the case from a property angle. There could be some big people behind the murder. Sonali could be murdered on political grounds, so there should be an investigation.”
She additional thanked Khap Panchayats for exerting stress on the federal government for a CBI probe into the matter.
“Khap Panchayats have given their full cooperation. Due to the Khap panchayats, there has been pressure on the Haryana and Goa governments at some places,” Rukesh mentioned.
The Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Monday gave its nod to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to take over the probe into the suspicious dying of BJP chief Sonali Phogat in Goa.
According to MHA sources, CBI will take over the case for additional investigation.
On Sunday, a Khap Mahapanchayat was held in Hisar demanding a CBI inquiry into the dying of Sonali Phogat.
Following the demand for a CBI investigation, Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant mentioned that the case can be handed over to CBI on Monday. The relations of Sonali Phogat and the Haryana authorities had additionally made persistent calls for on this regard.
Actor-politician Sonali Phogat — who hailed from Haryana — was discovered useless in Goa final month. Her household instantly raised suspicions. Following allegations by her household, the Goa Police lodged a case of homicide and arrested a few Phogat’s associates.
Sonali Phogat, who rose to fame together with her TikTok movies, contested the 2019 Haryana election as a BJP candidate however misplaced to then Congress chief Kuldeep Bishnoi (he has since joined the BJP). She additionally appeared within the actuality present Bigg Boss in 2020.
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