Sushant Singh Rajput case: Lawyer reveals the actor’s family had asked Mumbai Police in February to ‘please ensure nothing untoward happens to him’ | Hindi Movie News
The family’s lawyer Vikas Singh recently revealed on a news channel that Sushant’s family had informed Bandra police on February 25, four months before he killed himself, that Sushant was not in a good company and had asked them to ensure that nothing untoward happens to him.
The lawyer also stated that initially, Patna police were hesitant in registering an FIR against Rhea Chakraborty. However, after the intervention of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Minister Sanjay Jha, the complaints were filed. However, he also added that the CBI has not demanded for a CBI enquiry as yet.
Vikas Singh also went on to say that Mumbai Police was not registering FIR and forcing the late actor’s family to give names of big production houses and get them involved. According to him, the investigations were heading in a different direction.
Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in mysterious circumstances at his Mumbai house on June 14.