Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case: CBI approaches Google, FB headquarters to restore deleted chats, mails

The CBI investigation in actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case is still going on. Recently, the CBI has took the initiative to approach the US to conclude the investigation. The investigating agency wants to restore all the deleted chats, mails of SSR from Google and Facebook Headquarters in the US California under Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty.

The CBI investigation in actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case is still going on. Recently, the CBI has took the initiative to approach the US to conclude the investigation. The investigating agency wants to restore all the deleted chats, mails of SSR from Google and Facebook Headquarters in the US California under Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty. Moreover, the CBI approached the US to verify if there is any social media account, email, or any link related to SSR before the day he was found dead on June 14 last year.

However, the lawyer of Sushant Singh’s family- Vikas Singh, also confirmed that the CBI has approached the US under MLAT and sought Sushant’s deleted mails and chats as the CBI has not yet reached any final conclusion.

After the incident, the Mumbai Police began the investigating process and called declared it as a suicide. Another side, Sushant’s father claimed that his son’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty should be arrested. The case was registered for abetment and later was handed over to the CBI. The statements of all the staff present at the late actor’s house along with Rhea and her brother Showik were recorded many times.

Nevertheless, the CBI has not yet reached to the final report of this case and has reached the US through the channel of MLAT, from where this case will be taken to the final angle after getting the information of the deleted chats and mail.


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