Mumbai Police official says Sushant Singh Rajput’s brother-in-law made casual request to him to pressurise Rhea Chakraborty&
After Sushant Singh Rajput’s household stated that they knowledgeable Mumbai Police in February that the late actor was in unhealthy firm and his life was at risk, a senior Mumbai Police official gave an interview to a TV channel and revealed that the criticism was not made formally. He additionally made some severe claims about his dialog with Sushant brother-in-law OP Singh in February.
Ex-Bandra DCP Paramjit Singh Dahiya stated that casual request was made on WhatsApp by OP Singh, wherein he stated that actress Rhea Chakraborty was controlling the late actor and that his household needed her out of his life.
Dahiya additional acknowledged that OP Singh requested him to name the actress to the police station and pressurise her. “They asked me to call Rhea Chakraborty and others informally to the police station. To which, I refused. I insisted that I need a written complaint to call someone to the police station,” Dahiya instructed Times Now. In one other interview with a TV channel, he stated that Singh requested him to pressurise Rhea.
According to him, because the household did not submit a written criticism, no actions have been taken again then. The casual criticism was made by way of WhatsApp messages between February 18 and 25.
Another lady identify Miranda was talked about by the DCP. He shared that the Sushant’s brother-in-law needed an individual known as Miranda to be stored beneath police custody for a day, with none criticism or investigation.
The DCP concluded by saying that he ‘politely and firmly’ instructed OP Singh that he couldn’t presumably name somebody to the police station and preserve them beneath custody as it’s towards the process.
Several developments have been reported in Sushant’s case. Rhea was denied interim safety by Supreme Court on Wednesday.
Rhea and 5 different individuals have been accused in an FIR beneath sections 306 (Abetment of suicide), 341 (Punishment for wrongful restraint), 342 (Punishment for wrongful confinement), 380 (Theft in dwelling home), 406 (Punishment for prison breach of belief) and 420 (Cheating and dishonestly inducing supply of property) of IPC.