[VIDEO] Sushant Singh Rajput suicide:'Mumbai Police can’t be trusted,' says Tanushree Dutta

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‘Mumbai Police can’t be trusted,’ says Tanushree Dutta&  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspInstagram

Bollywood actress Tanushree Dutta, who had sparked the #MeToo motion in India, is again within the limelight. The actress has created headlines yet again by taking a dig at Mumbai Police’s investigation in Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide case. In a video that she posted on her Instagram deal with, Tanushree stated that the Mumbai Police is often too fast to dismiss such instances and are often hand in glove with culprits themselves and politicians from the beginning. 

She additional stated, “Mumbai Police cannot be trusted with doing a fair and impartial investigation. All this show about calling people to record their statement is just a show to appease public sentiment because the matter is hot right now.”

The actress went on to say that CBI inquiry is required and perhaps Interpol if there’s underworld involvement. ” Usually, such cases involve a nexus behind the crime and not just one individual or party,” stated Tanushree.

Check out her Instagram post right here:

Talking about her personal case in opposition to Nana Patekar, the actress additional alleged that Mumbai Police pretended to care and investigated for months. On the opposite hand, she stated that she wasted a lot of her vitality, submitting a wealth of proof, video footage, and adopted up frequently.

“If I had stuck around then I know that there is only so much your mind can take at some point. I don’t know what would have happened. If you continue to stick around in a toxic environment, it gets to you. Sad that Sushant could not walk away,” she added.

Tanushree alleged that in her closing case report, Mumbai Police refused to keep in mind all of the proof, didn’t comply with up with key witnesses who had been threatened to silence by Nana’s attorneys, supporters.

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