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Narayan Rane, senior BJP leader from Maharashtra, weighing in on the Sushant Singh Rajput death case, alleged that the actor did not die by suicide but was murdered. He further claimed that tagging this as suicide, as was initially suggested by Mumbai Police, points at the possibility that the Maharashtra government is trying to hide something or someone. Rane, much like the Bihar government, also recommended a CBI probe into the case of abetment to suicide against Sushant Singh Rajput’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and her family members.

Rane today said, "It is such an important case and all the attention has been diverted. Like others, even I say it is not a suicide, but a murder. 50 days have passed and the world-famous Mumbai Police haven't been able to search for the real culprit."

About Rhea Chakraborty, Sushant's girlfriend, Rane said, "Rhea Chakraborty was staying at Sushant's residence. She switched her phone off. She is one of the suspects and had gone missing and the police have no idea about it."

Rane also claimed that the Maharashtra government is trying to protect someone. He said, "Who was threatening Sushant for more than 20 days? He was changing SIM cards every day. Why this is not being investigated? I am sure they are trying to save someone."

There have been rumours about a party at Sooraj Pancholi's place on June 13, the night before Sushant Singh Rajput died. And that several Bollywood bigwigs were present. Speaking about the same, Rane said, "Why were people present at Sooraj Pancholi's house party not questioned? On June 13 there was a party." He further added, "Who is Dino Morea? His house is some distance away from Sushant Singh Rajput's house. Many ministers visit Dino's house. That day, after the party, everyone left Dino's place and headed to Sushant's house."
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