The Sushant Singh Rajput death case continues to take several twists, with latest claims by the late actor’s father saying the family had contacted Mumbai Police in February about threats made towards Rajput. However, Mumbai Police has today responded by saying that Rajput’s father, KK Singh never made any official written complaint.
DNA India reports Mumbai Commissioner, Param Bir Singh saying he was unaware of any written complaint made on 25th February about the threats. However, in the evening, Mumbai Police said that they did have information but no written complaint.
In a statement, Mumbai Police said, “Today KK Singh, father of late Sushant Singh Rajput has released a statement saying that the family had made a written complaint to Bandra Police on 25th February. It must be clarified that no such written complaint has been addressed to Bandra Police Station on that date.”
The statement further read, “However. one OP Singh IPS, the brother in law of late Sushant Singh Rajput, had sent some Whatsapp messages to the then DCP Zone 9 regarding this matter. The then DCP Zone 9 had called OP Singh and requested him that a written complaint is mandatory for any enquiry or action. However, Singh wanted this to be resolved informally, to which the then DCP Zone 9 clearly told him that it was not possible.”
Meanwhile, KK Singh earlier said, “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.”