SSR Case: CBI approves AIIMS report, there was no flaw in Sushant’s accounts audit- Report | maharashtra – news in hindi


New Delhi / Mumbai. The CBI investigating Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has also approved the forensic report of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). Seven-seven forensic experts of AIIMS have said with full confidence after their investigation that Sushant had committed suicide. He was not murdered. At the same time, the CBI has also reached the same conclusion after re-constructing the crime scene several times that the actor’s death was suicide. Sushant’s father KK Singh accused actress Rhea Chakraborty of major manipulation of Sushant’s accounts. However, the CBI has not found anything suspicious in the audit of Sushant’s bank accounts, so that it can be proved that for the money, Riya has instigated her live-in partner Sushant Singh to commit suicide.

The English newspaper ‘Indian Express’ has given this information citing a source of CBI. The report said that now the CBI will investigate the case from the suicide angle itself. The investigating agency will try to find out if Sushant committed suicide, what was his reason? Did Riya Chakraborty play any role in it? Or professional enmity or nepotism in Bollywood could be the reason for Sushant’s mental condition and suicide?

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CBI extracts 5-year bank detail of Sushant

CBI has conducted a forensic audit of Sushant Singh Rajput’s bank account with the Grant Thorton Company. According to the report, during the 5 years, there was a transaction of Rs 70 crore from Sushant’s accounts. After this Sushant bought a luxury car and an expensive bike. Sushant had also rented expensive apartments. Its rent was four and a half lakh rupees per month. He also invested in FDs and mutual funds.

Sushant spent so many lakhs on Riya Chakraborty
At the same time, Sushant spent Rs 50 lakhs on his girlfriend Riya Chakraborty and his brother Shovik during the Europe tour on flight tickets, hotel rentals, spas, shopping, etc. According to this report, no amount has been transferred from Sushant’s bank account to Riya’s bank account.

A CBI official says on the condition of anonymity, “Riya Chakraborty is still under suspicion about Sushant Singh’s suicide. So far, no such evidence has been found by the CBI that Riya can be given a clean chit. Of course nothing concrete has been said in the forensic audit of Sushant Singh’s bank accounts that Riya Chakraborty transferred the money from his accounts and knowing that the actor committed suicide. Whatever expenses Sushant spent on Riya are comparatively small. These expenses can be considered as a live-in partner or girlfriend. However, there are many angles to commit suicide. Our investigation is still going on.

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More than 24 people questioned so far
Sources said that the CBI questioned more than 2 dozen people in the case. These include Riya Chakraborty and her family members. Sushant Singh Rajput’s family member, his staff and house manager have also been questioned separately. The staff of banks where Sushant had accounts have also been questioned. Sushant’s psychiatrist and friends have also been questioned separately and for several rounds. The agency also questioned employees at the Pavana Dam resort, where Rajputs went on holiday.

Follow up NCB investigation in drugs case
Sources said that the CBI is also investigating whether there could be a professional reason behind Sushant’s suicide. At present, the agency is not inquiring any producer or director in this regard yet. An official said, ‘We are also following the NCB investigation. The points of whatever has come out so far in the drugs connection are also being taken. We have to check that Sushant used to take drugs? If yes, did he take it on his own wish? Or they were forcibly given such medicines. The investigation is currently underway.


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