Mumbai prime cop Param Bir Singh confirms no get together at Sushant Singh Rajput's residence on June 13

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Mumbai prime cop Param Bir Singh confirms no get together at Sushant Singh Rajput’s residence on June 13
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Putting all hypothesis to rest, Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh mentioned on Monday that there was no get together on the residence of actor Sushant Singh Raput on June 13, the day earlier than he was discovered dead on June 14. “We have the CCTV footage of June 13 and June 14, there was no get together there on June 13,” Singh mentioned. “The Mumbai Police is investigating the case completely, from all doable angles, together with his members of the family, pals, docs and others, in addition to the monetary transactions particulars of Sushant’s bank accounts,” Singh mentioned. To a question on the name of a prominent Maharashtra political persona being bandied about on social media, Singh categorically mentioned that no such factor has emerged within the investigations.
To a question, Singh mentioned that Sushant was “emotionally upset” after the demise of his ex-manager Disha Salian, and was even seeing 5 to six drs. “When he noticed his name being linked with Disha Salian’s demise on social media, he was emotionally disturbed. He had met her only one time and he had even requested his advocate who she was,” Singh instructed media individuals. He identified that Sushant was very ‘aware’ about what was showing on social media. The police chief categorically rejected allegations in some quarters that the Mumbai Police had not sealed Sushant’s duplex flat in Bandra where he was discovered dead on June 14.
“The flat was sealed that day (June 14) itself. The subsequent day (June 15), forensic groups and drs visited the flat and accomplished their investigations there, only after that the flat was unsealed,” Singh asserted. On Sushant’s bank accounts, he mentioned that the investigations have proven Rs 4.50 crore in the form of deposits, however there may be nothing on alleged cash transfers to his actress girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty’s accounts. “We have recorded the statements of 56 individuals up to now, together with Sushant’s family members, drs, pals, his present and former chartered accountants, the back transactions, checked the bank statements and bank ledgers. Further investigations are on,” Singh mentioned.
His response pertained to the FIR lodged by Sushant’s father, Krishna Kumar Singh with Patna Police claiming Rhea Chakraborty and her family had allegedly swindled cash from his son, and later the Enforcement Directorate additionally entered the investigation. “The Mumbai Police are investigating the case completely, in an expert method, from all doable angles together with Sushant’s monetary transactions and bank account particulars,” Singh added.
While the preliminary statements of Sushant’s father and sister have been recorded on June 16, they haven’t responded to additional requests later. However, the police prolonged full cooperation with Sushant’s sister and brother-in-law meeting the Joint Commissioner of Police and after they wished to go to their Pune bungalow, the police ensured that an officer of ACP rank accompanied them. Responding to Bihar DGP Gupteshwar Pandey’s assertion on the ‘compelled quarantine’ of Patna IPS officer Vinay Tiwari, Singh denied information of the same and threw the ball within the BMC’s court.
“I’m not aware of it. The BMC ought to have information of this, they deal with such quarantine points,” Singh mentioned. The police commissioner convened the media gathering a day after he briefed state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, and later accompanied him to give the status on the case to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday, amid a clamour from opposition Bharatiya Janata Party and sections of Bollywood at hand over the probe to CBI.
.ByIANSPublished: August 3, 2020 3:11 PM IST
[Attribution Bollywood Life]

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