Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who was found hanging at his Bandra residence on July 14, had googled several words related to death and mental disorder towards the end, said Mumbai police on Monday.
According to Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh the actor Sushant searched for words like “painless death”, “schizophrenia” and “bipolar disorder” on Google,
Commissioner Singh revealed these details while interacting with the press on Monday.
In the statement, the Police Commissioner, Param Bir Singh said that the police have recorded about 56 statements and have ruled out reports of an alleged party that took place at the actor’s residence the night before.
Also In a statement to the media, the Police Commissioner said, “Forensic team visited Sushant’s apartment on June 15. Mumbai Police is investigating all angles.”
Assuring that the police were taking on this case from “all angles”, be it “professional rivalry, financial distress and health-related issues.”
The Commissioner also assured that the police have “not spared anyone” from the investigations.
In another report, the Dean of the Mumbai hospital where the post-mortem of the actor’s body was conducted, said in a statement that there was “no foul play” involved in the actor’s death.
He also stated that no statements on the same could be made right now as the post-mortem was conducted and the reports were with the forensic department.
Besides these, the police investigations have also dismissed allegations of a sum of 15 crore being transferred from the late actor’s account to actress Rhea Chakraborty’s accounts.
However Bihar Director General of Police (DGP) Gupteshwar Pandey has alleged that the Maharashtra government has “affected” the actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death probe by quarantining IPS officer Vinay Tiwari.
DGP assured that the Patna Inspector General will write a protest letter to the BMC and that they are awaiting the Supreme Court’s ruling on the case.
He said, “Patna IG will write a protest letter to BMC. The action taken by Maharashtra Govt has affected the Sushant Singh death probe. The entire case is in SC and we are waiting for the court verdict.”
Pandey also questioned the BMC’s decision to quarantine Tiwari by asking, ‘Why was the Bihar Police team was not quarantined when they reached Mumbai?’
Taking to his Twitter handle, Pandey said, “IPS officer Vinay Tiwari arrived in Mumbai today on official duty to lead his police team from Patna but he was forcibly quarantined by the BMC officers at around 11 p.m. Earlier, he was not given a place in the IPS mess when he said that he is staying in a guest house in Goregaon.”
Amid the mounting row over the move to put Tiwari to isolation, the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Monday said that he has been “quarantined as per existing norms in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic”.
However The BMC said the SouthWard administration received information of the officer arriving at the SRPF Group 8 guesthouse in Goregaon east and a BMC team went to meet him on Sunday evening.
“Being a domestic air traveller, he needs to be guided for home quarantine as per the State government guidelines. Accordingly, the P/South ward team approached him at the said guest house late on Sunday evening,” the official said.