Soon after the Supreme Court set a 3-day deadline to Maharashtra government to file a report of investigation about actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, the Mumbai police have asked people to approach the Malvani Police station in Malad, if they have any information regarding Disha Salian’s accidental death. Salian who was the former manager of Sushant died on June 8 after falling off the 14th floor of a building in Mumbai.
The police have issued a press release and have urged people to come forward with any information related to the developments circulating in social media, newspapers, etc, and contact the mentioned police officers.
On August 4, BJP MLA Ameet Satam raised questions on Salian’s death writing to Mumbai police. He asked if she was ‘pushed’ or ’jumped’ to her death, apart from asking details of an alleged party involving big names. Apart from the above-mentioned questions, in his letter to the DCP, he also focused on the point, if the CCTV footage of the building and statements of the security guards, neighbors were recorded in the case.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case is now linked with his ex-manager Disha Salian case. As Sushant committed suicide on June 14 after a week of Disha’s Death. It is alleged that Sushant was scared and worried upon hearing the news of Salian’s death, as claimed by Rajput’s friend Smita. Controversy also erupted over the Bihar Police team, who have arrived in Mumbai, to probe the Sushant case, allegedly being told by the Malwani Police in Malad, that the details of the Disha case file were deleted.
The young actor- Sushant was found hanging in his Bandra residence with no suicide note. Earlier the case was with the Mumbai police later, Bihar police recommended a transfer of the case to CBI. The SC questioned the Maharashtra Government over the quarantine of Bihar Police officer. It also stated that no interim protection will be provided to Rhea Chakraborty from questioning. Rhea’s lawyer had requested a protective order but SC refused. Bihar Police can now question Rhea.