Sushant Singh Rajput’s phone sent for forensic examination


The demand for the CBI probe in Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide case continues to gather momentum. And amongst this, new details regarding his death prove to provide more shocking results.

The latest development in the case suggests that the Mumbai Police had sent his phone for forensic examination almost three weeks after his death, as reported by Times Now. A source in the administration department confirmed to the news outlet that there was a delay lasting nearly a month. The source further claimed that the forensic department refused to accept the evidence and questioned the police for the delay, before finally accepting the device.

Singh Rajput’s cousin Neeraj Bablu also spoke out saying that the Mumbai police is not carrying out a free and fair trial while obstructing probe by the Central agencies. Meanwhile, Singh Rajput’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti will be starting an online protest by conducting a campaign called, #GlobalPrayers4SSR on social media tomorrow. The event is going to be a global 24-hours spiritual and prayer observation for the late star, reports Spotboye. She urged all the fans to join by sharing a picture of themselves with folded hands, in order to show support.

Meanwhile, according to other reports, the CBI will carry out a dummy test and recreate the star’s death in his Bandra residence where he died on 14th June.

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