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Various twists and turns in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput's forced death are raising the heat even further. Rhea Chakraborty has filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking transfer of the case to the Mumbai police in the wake of allegations made by the Bihar police. The case was transferred to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for the third time today in the Supreme Court premises.

The decision was lauded by millions of fans on social media, including friends of the late actor Sushant's family. Meanwhile, Rhea along with Sushant's family members are happy that the case has been transferred to the CBI.

With the latest development, the Mumbai Police .. Rhea will have to face a CBI investigation similar to the Enforcement Directorate investigation. Counsel for Rhea stated that no matter what agency investigated the case, his client did nothing wrong.

On Wednesday, the apex court asked the Mumbai police to transfer the case to the CBI and provide court evidence. The Supreme Court has ruled out the possibility of the Mumbai police challenging these orders. The Maharashtra government has denied involvement. Responding to this, Sushant's family lawyer praised the verdict. "This is a victory for Sushant Singh's Rajput family. The Supreme Court has ruled in our favor. The court also made it clear that the FIR registered in Patna was correct.

Also, Riya Chakraborty's lawyer Satish Maneshinde issued a statement in which he referred to the Supreme Court judgment as `wanted justice 'with the honorific text. "The Supreme Court's decision is appropriate after considering the actual circumstances of the case. "It should be noted that Riya himself has called for a CBI probe in the past, which would be" desired justice, "he said. It is interesting to note that Riya’s emperor’s lawyer is hopeful that justice will be done to Riya even in the Supreme Court as a whole. Owaipu Sushant's family also expressed happiness that justice would be done to them as the CBI had shifted its probe. The onus is on the CBI to ascertain the true nature of the case, regardless of anyone's contention.