Patna, August 3
In a startling declare, Sushant Singh Rajput’s father mentioned on Monday that Mumbai police had been warned about menace to the actors life approach again in February however it did not be aware of it and likewise didn’t act upon complaints in opposition to named individuals a day after his demise in June.
The Mumbai Police have rejected the declare made by late actor’s father that the household had filed a written grievance on February 25 apprehending menace to his son’s life.
In a press notice, the Mumbai police denied the declare and mentioned Bandra police officers didn’t obtain any written grievance from Rajput’s household about menace to his life.
Issuing a video assertion, Krishna Kishore Singh recounted the sequence of occasions that led to his lodging a grievance with Patna police after which it’s looking out for the accused presently on the run.
“I had told the Mumbai police in February that my son Sushant faced a threat to his life but it did nothing. When my son died on June 14, I requested them to take action against named persons. But nothing came of it even after 40 days. Left with no other option, I lodged a case at a police station here in Patna,” Singh mentioned.
Patna police swung into motion instantly, Singh remarked appreciatively, and thanked Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and state minister Sanjay Jha who got here ahead to “stand for the reality.
Singh had, in his grievance on which an FIR was lodged on July 25, accused actress Rhea Chakraborty and her relations of abetting his sons suicide, in addition to defrauding him of his cash and subjecting him to blackmail.
His choice to go public on the matter for the primary time comes within the backdrop of alleged non-cooperation of Mumbai police with its Patna counterpart.
The metropolis police, of their notice, pointed to Okay Okay Singh releasing a press release about his household submitting the written grievance.
“It must be clarified that no such written complaint was addressed to the Bandra Police on that day (February 25),” mentioned the notice.
However, O P Singh, an IPS officer and brother-in-law of Rajput, had despatched some WhatsApp messages to the then DCP Zone 9 concerning this matter, the Mumbai police mentioned.
The then DCP Zone 9 had referred to as OP Singh and advised him a written grievance was necessary for any inquiry or motion, they mentioned within the notice.
However, O P Singh wished the matter to be resolved informally, however the DCP had clearly advised him this was not potential, the Mumbai police mentioned. PTI