Moreover, Sushant’s father has made a statement recently. Issuing a video statement, K.K Singh claimed that Mumbai police were warned about the threat to Sushant’s life but they failed to take any notes on that. According to him, they did not act upon complaints against a named person a day after Sushant’s death in June.
In the video statement, Sushant’s father thanked Patna police, Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar, and Sanjay Jha for taking appropriate actions immediately on his complaint. Furthermore, He requested the Mumbai police to cooperate with Patna police during the investigation.
Whereas, the Mumbai police denied having any formal complaint or warning about the threat to the actor’s life. They said that the Family didn’t formally approach Mumbai police and didn’t file any complaint officially to them.
Although Mumbai police Commissioner, Paramveer Singh said in the press conference that they kept asking the family if they want to make any written statement against any person in particular or file any actual complaint, none of the family members came forward including O.P Singh, actor’s brother-in-law who was present during the post-mortem in Mumbai.
A recent act by BMC is being talked about all over the social media and has become another reason for police and political war between Mumbai and Bihar police. The Patna SP who was probing the Sushant Singh Rajput’s case in Mumbai immediately quarantined by BMC.
Bihar police say “ The officer was forcibly quarantined”. Bihar Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar has spoken out about the matter, “Whatever happened is not right and we will talk about it.” Mumbai police don’t want to speak much about it and saying that BMC officials will be better able to answer this. Whereas, BMC officials are saying that these are just norms, whoever comes in Mumbai for staying more than the period of seven days will be quarantined for 14 days.
It would not be wrong to say that Sushant’s case is now less about law and evidence and more about politics and public sentiments.