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Sushant Case: After FIR on Riya Chakraborty, Bihar Police inquires about whom in Mumbai, know all updates


The SIT of Patna Police is involved in solving the mystery of the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. A police team left for Mumbai soon after Sushant’s father filed a case against Riya Chakraborty in Patna on Tuesday. According to sources, the Mumbai Police is not helping the Bihar team. Despite this, the Bihar Police is busy in its work. He met many people in three days and tried to know the secret of Sushant’s suicide from many people. Let us know what the Bihar Police has done in this case so far:

Record of the statement of Dil Bechara director Mukesh Chhabra:
The police team took a statement late Friday night from Mukesh Chhabra, director of Dil Bechara. Mukesh Chhabra talked to SIT for a long time. He also told the police team that Sushant could not commit suicide. Some kind of mental stress was on him, death should be investigated.

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Inquiry with the housekeeper and his banker:

The Bihar team questioned Sunshat’s housekeep and a banker on Friday itself. Recorded the statement of both. According to sources, the housekeeper said that without the permission of actress and girlfriend of Sushant, Riya Chakraborty, she could not enter the house nor meet Sushant. It was even forbidden to go to Sushant’s room. Apart from this, the police also questioned the personnel of a private bank, who used to deal with Sushant’s bank account.

The team also reached the hospital:
Sushant’s RN Cooper also reached out to the doctor who did the post-mortem at the Municipal Hospital. However, the doctor refused to divulge anything related to the post mortem report. The doctor said that he has already given Sushant’s postmortem report to the Mumbai Police. If SIT wishes, it can take post-mortem report from Mumbai Police.

Patna Police wrote a letter to DCP of Mumbai
According to sources, Patna Police has written a letter to the DCP of Mumbai to cooperate in the investigation. The letter refers to the investigation and providing information in several points. The post-mortem and viscera report has also been demanded by the Patna Police.

Riya said on social media, truth will win
A video of Riya Chakraborty went viral on social media on Friday amid an investigation by Patna’s SIT. Riya is seen saying that I have full faith in God and the judicial system. I believe that I will get justice. Horror things are being said about me in the media, but I do not want to comment on my lawyer’s advice. Truth will prevail. Satyameva Jayate…. Riya is seen in a house during this statement. She is sitting on the chair. Riya’s face was palpable. In this video of a few seconds, Riya has made her point about having her name surfaced in Sushant’s case.

Investigations on several points
The Bihar Police is investigating the matter at several points. It also involves checking Sushant’s bank accounts. How many rupees were in the bank accounts and where and when they were transferred is also being investigated. What is Riya Chakraborty’s role in it? Efforts are being made to gather information in this regard from people close to Sushant. ADG Headquarters Jitendra Kumar, ADG Law & Order Amit Kumar, ADG Operation Sushil Khopade, IG Patna Range Sanjay Singh and SSP Upendra Sharma were present in the meeting.
Friend and bodyguard can be the main witness
Sources reveal that his friend Mukesh Shetty has also been an important part in Sushant’s life. Patna SIT has about three hours of intense conversation with him four times. Not only this, Sushant’s bodyguard has also broken the silence. Along with the police, he has also given a statement to the media that Sushant cannot commit suicide. Their expenditure was extremely low. In such a situation, it is believed that SIT can also make Sushant’s friend Mukesh Shetty and his bodyguard the main witness in the case. The SIT may also give notice to them under 161 as soon as they are required to interrogate the accused.

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