Sanjay Raut said that he had asked people to have some patience until the case was solved but his comments were taken out of context. According to him, people should trust Mumbai Police and if they do not do a good job, they can go to the CBI.
Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case has been taking new twists every day as new shocking revelations are making their way out. While the Supreme Court has received submissions from the Maharashtra Government, Bihar Police, Rhea Chakraborty and Sushant’s family, the SC is yet to announce its final verdict over the transfer of case. While the CBI has filed an FIR against Rhea and others, the Enforcement Directorate has been interrogating people in the money laundering case in connection to Sushant’s death.
the Enforcement Directorate has reportedly written four letters to the Mumbai police seeking the late actor’s seized phone and call details. Sources also add that the Mumbai police has not yet responded to the letters of the ED officials.
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