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5 minutes agoAuthor: Aditya Singh
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- Out of 2600 cases in last five years, CBI has reached the bottom of 1600 to 1800 cases
- CBI's performance was better in Manmohan Singh's government than Modi's government
The Supreme Court has handed over the investigation to the CBI in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput's death. All eyes are now on the Special Investigation Team (SIT) of CBI, which has started the investigation. But are there so many expectations from the Central Bureau of Investigation, the CBI.
Statistics say that the CBI has so far failed to punish anyone in the suicide case. In such a case, in the Sushant case, it will be a big challenge to prove to the CBI that Riya Chakraborty and her family incited the actor to sue.
Conviction rate is only around 67%
When it comes to the CBI's conviction rate, in the last four years it has been able to reach a result in only three out of five cases. Conviction rate was 67% in 2016, rising to 69% last year. Significantly, in 2016, the lowest 131 cases were registered, while in 2017 the highest was 926 cases. So far this year, CBI has registered 300 cases.
Conviction rate of CBI was high in Manmohan government
There is nothing new about the pressure of governments on the CBI. The Supreme Court itself has compared it to a caged parrot. In such a situation, when you see the conversion rate of CBI during the tenure of Modi government and Manmohan Singh government, the difference is clearly visible.
Suicide case, in which CBI could not give any result
Zia Khan: We know British-Indian actress Zia Khan for Amitabh Bachchan's film Nishbad. On 3 June 2013, he hanged himself from the ceiling fan in the bedroom of his home in Juhu. In this case too, the Mumbai Police was accused of misleading the investigation. Her mother, Rabia Khan, alleges that Jia has been killed. After all, the investigation came into the hands of CBI in 2016, but till now the investigation has not reached any concrete result.
Fatima Latif: Fatima Latif was a 19-year-old IIT Madras student who had allegedly committed suicide last year. The investigation was received by the CBI on the orders of the Madras High Court. But till now the investigation is going on. Fatima's family alleges that IIT faculty members were mentally harassing her.
Parveen Babi: Bollywood's famous actress Parveen Babi allegedly committed suicide in 2005. In this case also the CBI investigated, but no result came out.