CBI has taken over Sushant Singh Rajput's death case. After the Supreme Court ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation to take over the case, the officials landed in Mumbai to receive the case file from the Mumbai Police and even investigate the house in which SSR was found dead. Today, the team of CBI officials along with Sushant's flatmate Siddharth Pithani, house help Deepesh Sawant and cook Neeraj reached SSR's Bandra home reportedly to recreate the scene. However, reports are coming in that the house of SSR is completely empty for the CBI to investigate anything.
As per a report in Times Now, the keys of SSR's rented house were handed over to the owner soon after, and also, the family was asked to take his belongings. The question that has been raised is that why wasn't the alleged crime scene secured as the investigation is still on? The Times Now report also suggests that there is nothing inside SSR's home except a bed attached to the wall and one mattress.
Earlier, visuals of CBI officials reaching Sushant Singh Rajput's home, made it to social media and news channels. Visuals also had officials investigating the terrace area of the said home. It was also reported that the team of CIB will carry out a dummy test in Sushant's flat and recreate the scene that took place on June 14.
#Breaking | Sources: Owner of the apartment in which Sushant stayed removed the furniture & changes were made after his death.— TIMES NOW (@TimesNow) August 22, 2020
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A few days back, an inside video of Sushant Singh Rajput post his demise had made it to the internet. Aaj Tak had managed to get access to Sushant's house and capture the inside visuals. Fans had then raised a question as to why the house wasn't sealed. (Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Locksmith Who Broke Late Actor’s Bedroom's Lock Reveals What Transpired On June 14)
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