With the CBI handling the investigation of Sushant Singh Rajput's case after the Supreme Court's order, we are now getting some interesting updates in this probe every minute. The latest development in the case suggests that CBI who landed in Mumbai yesterday evening might visit Sushant's Bandra residence today where he was found dead on June 14. As reported by Times Now, it is said that CBI has also informed the caretaker of the late actor's house to be ready or available with the apartment keys but they have not mentioned when they will visit the place.
The report further purported that once the CBI team collects the important evidence, autopsy reports, the punchnama of that particular room from Bandra police, there's a possibility that the team will visit his flat as the police station is just a few kilometres away from Sushant's house. Nevertheless, there were reports that CBI might also recreate the crime scene at Sushant's house and Times Now report suggests that as of now, the CBI team may visit the place just to get a sense of his apartment. Well, when will they recreate and is something we need to wait for now.
Meanwhile, it was also reported by Times Now that the CBI has taken the digital video recording (DVR) of Sushant’s apartment, and they will also be probing the ‘CCTV tampering’ angle.
#Breaking | CBI has asked the caretaker of Sushant’s apartment to be available with keys as the CBI team may visit Sushant’s house at any time.— TIMES NOW (@TimesNow) August 21, 2020
Details by TIMES NOW’s Kajal. | #CBISushantMurderLeads pic.twitter.com/rAGPD5D8F8
Apart from all this, CBI has interrogated the actor's cook Neeraj, who was a part of Sushant’s staff, Sushant’s house manager Samuel Miranda was also questioned by CBI. They are also going to question Sushant's friend Sandip Ssingh and Rhea Chakraborty. ALSO READ:
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