Sushant’s case: Keymaker REVEALS he was asked to LEAVE IMMEDIATELY after breaking the lock

Shobhit Kalra August 22, 2020
Sushant’s case: Keymaker REVEALS he was asked to LEAVE IMMEDIATELY after breaking the lock
Sushant’s case: Keymaker REVEALS he was asked to LEAVE IMMEDIATELY after breaking the lock

A recent development in Sushant Singh Rajput’s alleged suicide case has now left everyone in shock as new details have come out in open from the day of actor’s demise. As per reports, the locksmith who had come to open the door of the late actor’s bedroom on June 14, 2020, has alleged that he was instructed to stop the work and leave immediately if there is any sound from inside.

On the condition of anonymity, the key maker gave all the minute details from the day of ‘Kedarnath’ actor’s demise. Narrating the fate full incident that took place on the morning of June 14 at Sushant’s Bandra residence, the locksmith said that when he received a call to open the lock, he wasn’t aware that the house belonged to the Bollywood actor, Sushant.

The key maker also revealed that the lock wasn’t a manual one but computerized and he had to break it using a hammer. The locksmith further went on to reveal that after breaking open the door he was not allowed to look or enter inside the room. He even told that Siddharth Pithani had called him and as he broke the lock he was given 2000 Rs and was asked to leave right away.

“I received a call to open the lock at 1:05 pm on June 14, Siddharth Pithani gave me a call and I told him to WhatsApp me the picture of the lock. They sent the photo after that I went to the house on the sixth floor. I tried opening the door with my tools after which they asked me to break the lock,” said the key maker.

As the case is now being probed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), and the agency is likely to interrogate the five doctors who conducted autopsy of the late actor at Cooper hospital, has also took the cook of the late actor into custody. The locksmith, however, hasn’t been summoned by the investigating agency yet, but he said if he will be called to record his statement he would cooperate with the officials.