Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead at his Bandra West apartment on June 14. A month later his father KK Singh filed an FIR against Rhea Chakraborty and 5 others. In their FIR they claimed abetment to suicide against Rhea. Soon after the probe began into his death case, many unknown angles emerged. After KK Singh claimed that a transaction of Rs 15 crore was made from the actor's bank account to an unknown account that they are not aware of, ED filed a money laundering case against Rhea and her brother Showik.
Now in a recent development, Times Now has accessed SSR’s WhatsApp chat with his Bank manager. And we must say it is raising a lot of questions. The message was sent on May 20-21 which is around 24 days before his death. Sushant had personally gotten in touch with his relationship manager and had asked him to call him. He had sent, “Hi Harsh this is Sushant Rajput. Pls call when you can.” Replying to which Harsh had said the next day, ‘’Hi I will require your signature on the form. On which email id shall I send the form.”
Well, it is also being reported that in the month of March, when Sushant suspected foul play, he had asked Shruti Modi to get the bank statements. During the interrogation, SSR’s accountant Rajat Mewati alleged that Shruti never showed the bank statement to the late actor. He said when SSR asked her to show the statements she immediately called and informed Rhea. Following which, Rhea went to SSR’s residence and she spoke to the actor and the issue was resolved.
Earlier in an interview with Times Now, Rajat Mewati had revealed that he used to handle all the bank related work of Sushant Singh Rajput, but after Modi and Rhea’s entry in his life, he was asked to do the footwork only and they managed the rest. (ALSO READ: No Major Transactions Between Sushant Singh Rajput And Rhea Except For Trips And Household Expense, Reveals Forensic Audit Of SSR’s Bank Account)
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