Sushant’s father blames Mumbai Police says ‘Told them he was in danger’

After the suicide of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, the investigation of the case has taken a new turn. Bihar and Mumbai police clashed in this case.

Sushant's father blames Mumbai Police says 'Told them he was in danger'

Mumbai: After the suicide of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, the investigation of the case has taken a new turn. Bihar and Mumbai police clashed in this case. At the same time, Sushant’s father KK Singh has now given a big statement about the delay in the case. He said that only on 25 February, Mumbai Police was informed about Sushant’s life threat but action was not taken in time and his son lost his life.

Sushant’s father KK Singh filed an FIR against Rhea:

Sushant’s father got Riya Chakraborty responsible for his son’s death in Bihar and filed a case against him. At the same time, when the team of Bihar Police reached Mumbai to investigate the matter, nothing much better happened to them there. The Mumbai Police neither appeared to be helping the Bihar team nor was allowing them to work without interruption.

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Mumbai Police did nothing:

Angered by all this, Sushant’s father said that even after 40 days, the Mumbai Police has done nothing. So a case was registered in Patna and now Bihar Police is investigating. Mumbai Police should help Bihar Police. Sushant’s father thanked Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in this matter and thanked him for the steps taken.

The Mumbai Police is also being criticized on social media for this. Meanwhile, Bollywood actress Tanushree Dutta said during a live chat that the Mumbai Police cannot be trusted.

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Mum Police says Bihar Police have no right:

Regarding this entire controversy, Commissioner Parambir Singh said that the Bihar Police has no right to investigate the matter, we are seeking legal advice on it. We have not given a clean chit to anyone yet. He said that we do not have the right to quarantine anyone, that is all a matter of BMC. The actor’s family said on June 16 that he had no doubt in the matter.

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