Mumbai, August 11
Actor Sooraj Pancholi has submitted a grievance to Mumbai Police over him being linked to the case of dying of fellow actor Sushant Singh Rajput, an official mentioned on Tuesday.
In his grievance submitted at Versova police station right here on Monday evening, Pancholi mentioned he’s being defamed on numerous social media platforms, together with Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, by being linked to Rajput’s dying, he mentioned.
“We have received an application from Sooraj Pancholi and an enquiry is on,” Versova police station’s senior inspector Raghvendra Thakur mentioned.
So far, no offence has been registered (in reference to Pancholi’s grievance), the official mentioned.
There had been not too long ago some social media messages, screenshots and derogatory content material allegedly linking Pancholi to the dying of Rajput and the latter’s former supervisor Disha Salian.
Pancholi’s mom Zarina Wahad earlier denied rumours linking her son with Rajput’s dying.
Rajput, 34, was discovered hanging at his condominium in suburban Bandra on June 14.
Salian, 28, allegedly dedicated suicide by leaping from a high-rise constructing in Malad space right here on June 8, in accordance with police.
The Mumbai Police have thus far recorded statements of greater than 50 folks, together with Rajput’s sisters, his buddy and actress Rhea Chakraborty and another movie personalities in connection along with his dying.
Rajput’s father Ok Ok Singh on July 25 lodged a grievance with Patna police towards Chakraborty and her members of the family, accusing them of abetting the actor’s suicide.
The CBI final week re-registered this FIR as a contemporary case and named as accused the identical folks.
Singh additionally alleged monetary irregularities in financial institution accounts of his son.
The Enforcement Directorate has questioned Chakraborty, Rajput’s buddy and roommate Siddharth Pithani, the late actor’s enterprise supervisor Shruti Modi and another individuals in reference to a cash laundering case linked to his dying. PTI