Sushant Singh Rajput’s family lawyer Vikas Singh, appearing on behalf of the sisters, argued that the Telemedicine Practice guidelines permitted a doctor to prescribe medicines after an online consultation.
The Bombay High Court, on Thursday, January 7, reserved its order on a plea filed by late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s sisters Priyanka Singh and Meetu Singh who are seeking quashing the FIR that has been filed against them by Rhea Chakraborty.
As multiple claims were made in court, the Bombay HC reserved its judgment and the remakers were made by Justices S S Shinde and M S Karnik. According to PTI, Justice Shinde said, “Whatever the case…from Sushant Singh Rajput’s face one could make out that he was innocent and sober…and a good human being. Everybody liked him especially in that M S Dhoni film.”
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Rhea Chakraborty had registered an FIR with Mumbai Police against SSR’s sisters for illegally procuring medicines for the late actor. The sisters had approached the court last year to quash the FIR. In the court, their lawyer Vikas Singh argued that the medicines were prescribed through telemedicine, under the guidelines of ICMR. He further said that the FIR is a counter case and is a part of the CBI investigation. Additional Solicitor General Anil Singh, who appeared for the CBI, supported the sisters’ claim that the FIR needs to be quashed.