Mumbai Police fails to submit Sushant’s Mobile to ED: Report

Shobhit Kalra August 15, 2020
Sushant's ex-manager alleges the actor was 'killed by his staff members': Reports
Sushant's ex-manager alleges the actor was 'killed by his staff members': Reports

Amid raising allegations over Mumbai Police for its non-cooperation to Bihar Police, now as per reports, the state police has also failed to submit Sushant Singh Rajput’s mobile phone the Enforcement Directorate.

The case has been investigated by the law enforcement agency ED ever since the complaints of financial discrepancies were lodge by Sushant’s father in his Patna Police FIR. To probe the matter, ED has summoned late actor’s girlfriend, and prime accused in the complaint, Rhea Chakraborty, her brother Showik Chakraborty, her father Indrojit Chakraborty, her manager Shruti Modi, Siddharth Pithani and Sushant’s sister Mitu Singh among many others. The regency officials have also seized four phones, two iPads and a laptop from the Chakraborty family to send it for the forensic examination.

As the details of Rhea and others can be traced down, Sushant’s details can still not be recovered from his phone as the Mumbai Police hasn’t handed over his phone to ED yet, despite their several letters demanding Mumbai police officials for the same.

According to a media report, “Mumbai Police has not yet handed over Sushant Singh’s phone to ED despite that latter writing 4 letters to the former seeking the same.”

Meanwhile, the Mumbai Police reportedly isn’t cooperating because the ED investigation has commenced after the FIR was lodged in Bihar. A petition against the same has also been filed by Rhea Chakraborty in Supreme Court, urging the transfer of the case from Bihar to Mumbai Police. Due to this ED is facing problems with their investigation.

Furthermore, Supreme Court’s verdict in SSR case transfer is still pending, which has also stalled CBI investigation till the apex court gives central investigating agency its nod to probe the matter. Meanwhile, extending and showing their support in this mysterious death case, netizens have started a hashtag called #CBIForSSR, which has gained worldwide momentum.