Did Mumbai police send Sushant Singh Rajput’s phone for forensic examination 3 weeks after his death?
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Updated: Aug 14, 2020, 20:08 IST
Since yesterday, B-town celebs have taken to their social media handles to demand a CBI probe in Sushant Singh Rajput death case. His family members have urged fans of the actor to come together for a global 24-hour spiritual and prayer observation. Recently, Times Now reported that Sushant’s phone was sent for forensic examination by Mumbai Police almost 3 weeks after his death.
Sources told Times Now that Sushant’s phone was sent to forensic after 24 days. The sources in the administration department confirmed the delay of almost 3 weeks. The sources further revealed that the forensic refused to accept the evidence and questioned the cops for the delay.
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Sushant’s cousin Neeraj Bablu spoke to Times Now, he alleged that Mumbai police is not carrying out a free & fair trial. He further claimed that the cops are supporting ED.
#Exclusive #Breaking | The Mumbai Police is not carrying out a free & fair trial. Now, the Mumbai Police is obstruc… https://t.co/0NjyULzJLp
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A while ago, Sushant’s sister shared a post for the spiritual and prayer observation for the late actor. ”It has been 2 months you left us Bhai and we are still fighting to know the truth, to know what actually happened that day. I request you all to please join us for Global 24-hour spiritual and prayer observation for Sushant Singh Rajput, so that the truth prevails and we find justice for our beloved Sushant,” the ‘Kedarnath’ actor’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti had shared on Instagram.
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