A special CBI court on Thursday dismissed the plea filed by the central agency against actor Sooraj Pancholi for further investigation in the Jiah Khan suicide case. Let us tell you, the trial of this case is going on at this time. Where in the Central Bureau of Investigation this case was filed by Jiah Khan’s mother Rabia Khan. Let us tell you, the mother of the actress wants that the investigation should be started against Sooraj Pancholi once again.
The actress’s mother Rabia Khan wants that the messages Sooraj sent to Jia through Blackberry Messenger and then deleted them later should also be investigated, not only that, she wants the dupatta with which Jia trapped herself. It was imposed that it should also be checked once. The CBI has filed an application in December 2019 for permission to send the dupatta to the Chandigarh Central Forensic Laboratory and the seized cellphones to the FBI in the USA to retrieve phone messages.
Where in this case, Pancholi’s advocate Prashant Patil had said that “when this whole case is going on in the High Court and Supreme Court, then why is my client being harassed again and again. After hearing this case, AS Sayyed quashed the case. Please tell that Jiah Khan was a Bollywood actress. Jia has appeared in films with stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan and Akshay Kumar. Jiah committed suicide on June 3, 2013. Sooraj Pancholi was her boyfriend, after Jiya’s death, Sooraj Pancholi’s name came to the fore in this case. Where after investigation, no concrete evidence was found against Suraj in this case.
Jia’s mother has been fighting for justice for the past 8 years. But no one is standing with him in today’s time. Let us tell you, Jiah Khan had earned a lot of name in the entertainment world at a very young age. After the death of the actress, Jia’s sisters are continuously demanding justice. It has to be seen now what new twist comes in this whole case. Even after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, Rabia Khan raised her voice for Jia. But even at that time no one had supported him.