The Mumbai Police on Monday rejected the declare made by late actor Sushant Singh Rajputs father that the household had filed a written criticism on February 25 apprehending a menace to his son’s life. Rajput’s father, Ok Ok Singh, has stated they’d filed a written criticism on February 25 on the Bandra Police station, practically 4 months earlier than his demise, stating that the actor’s life was at risk.
In a press word, the Mumbai police denied the declare and stated Bandra police officers didn’t obtain any written criticism from Rajput’s household about menace to his life.
The 34-year-old actor was discovered hanging in his house in suburban Bandra on June 14.
The town police, of their word, pointed to Ok Ok Singh releasing an announcement about his household submitting the written criticism.
“It should be clarified that no such written criticism was addressed to the Bandra Police on that day (February 25),” stated the word.
Nevertheless, O P Singh, an IPS officer and brother-in-lawof Rajput, had despatched some WhatsApp messages to the then DCP Zone 9 concerning this matter, the Mumbai police stated.
The then DCP Zone 9 had referred to as OP Singh and informed him a written criticism was obligatory for any inquiry or motion, they stated within the word.
Nevertheless, O P Singh wished the matter to be resolved informally, however the DCP had clearly informed him this was not potential, the Mumbai police stated.
In a video, the actor father’s has alleged the Bandra police didn’t act on the criticism about my son’s life being at risk”. Within the video, KK Singh additionally went on to state that accused are on the run and “victims are being labelled as conspirators.
He has additionally accused the Mumbai police of not extending assist to the Bihar police staff which is probing “abetment to suicide” case filed by him in Patna final week.
The Mumbai police are individually probing the circumstances wherein the Bollywood actor died.
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