Mumbai Police Commissioner opens up on the most recent developments within the Sushant Singh Rajput case & |  Photo Credit: Instagram
Celebrities, associates, followers, and the household of Sushant Singh Rajput refuse to consider that the actor, who was a happy-go-lucky individual, might take his life! Fans have been taking to Twitter each single day since June 14 to probe for a CBI inquiry into the demise of the actor. Claiming that it is a homicide and never suicide, Sushant’s father went on to file an FIR in opposition to his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty underneath abetment to suicide amongst others. While Mumbai Police has investigated over 30 individuals, Bihar Police has begun their investigation as nicely.
Claims have been made that Rhea withdrew Rs 15 crore from Sushant’s checking account. Shedding mild on the identical, Param Bir Singh, the Mumbai Police commissioner held a press convention and elaborated on the investigations being carried out ‘sincerely.’
He added that the workforce is in contact with the 5 docs, technical consultants, charted accountants and the workforce has additionally seemed into the monetary accounts and ledgers throughout their investigation. The Commissioner additional talked about that the prima facie elaborates that the account had Rs 18 crore however solely round Rs four and a half crores are in a set deposit. But their investigations counsel that the cash hasn’t been withdrawn by Rhea.
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The Commissioner additional claimed that Sushant’s father or his relations hadn’t raised any suspicion in opposition to anybody after they first recorded their assertion on June 16.
A case in opposition to Rhea and 5 others has been filed in Patna. Patna Central Zome IG Sanjay Singh had confirmed to the media to say, “The FIR has been registered against Rhea Chakraborty under various sections, including abetment of suicide, on the complaint filed by Sushant Singh Rajput’s father.”
The actress has been booked underneath 306 (Abetment of suicide), 341 (Punishment for wrongful restraint), 342 (Punishment for wrongful confinement), 380 (Theft in dwelling home), 406 (Punishment for felony breach of belief), 420 (Cheating and dishonestly inducing supply of property).