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CBI interrogates Sushant’s cook Neeraj, asks what happened on June 13?

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CBI-960x540MUMBAI: After the Supreme Court green signal to CBI in probing the death case of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, an SIT of officials from the crime branch began its investigation in Mumbai today.
The team also asked about the people present in the house on June 13, how was Sushant Singh Rajput’s mood, if he had dinner that day, and when he retired for the day, etc.

Asking about the events of June 14, the team asked Neeraj regarding who first saw Sushant’s body hanging, who brought the body down, who asked the body to be brought down, and who called the Police Control Room (PCR) after the late actor’s body was found, the time when the call to the PCR was made, etc.Ssr 21
The CBI, for the last three hours, is interrogating Sushant’s cook Neeraj, who was present at the actor’s residence when he died. According to sources, the CBI officials are keen on finding answers to what happened on the night before Sushant was found dead, i.e June 13, 2020.
Also, the CBI is probing, did the actor eat his meals properly, at what time did he went to sleep, who was the first person to see Sushant Singh Rajput’s body, did someone ask to get the body down, if yes then who was it? When was the call to PCR made and who called? These are some of the crucial questions being asked to the cook by the CBI officials.
The CBI officials are interrogating the cook because he was one of the first persons who saw Sushant’s body on June 14 and was present in the house. Also, his statements will help the CBI to recreate the death scene at the actor’s Bandra pad. There is a possibility that the officials might take Neeraj along with them while enacting the whole recreation of the scene.
The CBI’s SIT team will interrogate and record statements of people connected to the case. Bihar IPS officer Nupur Prasad is heading the squad at DCP’s office. The team, which is currently staying at a guest house in Mumbai, will question the officers of the banks in which Sushant had his accounts.
The investigators will also interrogate the two DCPs of Mumbai Police Besides, is questioning the late actor’s cook, all who were present in the house when Sushant died, as well as his family.
The investigators will get an accurate picture about the nature of the crime, if it was a death by suicide or murder, by examining the crime scene combined with postmortem report and forensic examination. Meanwhile, the forensic experts will also go through Sushant Singh Rajput’s autopsy report. The Technical, Forensic and Coordination unit (TFC) of CBI is assisting the SIT team.
The team, including senior IPS officers of the probe agency, started its investigation whereby it reached the crime scene- Sushant’s Bandra home- on Friday.
Meanwhile, the Mumbai police have handed over all related evidence i.e., all 56 statements, spot panchnama, crime scene photographs, cctv footage, forensic reports, autopsy report, and case diary of Bandra Police, etc to the CBI team.

The Supreme Court had, on Wednesday (August 15), allowed the investigating agency to take charge of the Sushant Singh Rajput death case.
The CBI’s SIT team will interrogate and record statements of people connected to the case. UT Cader IPS officer Nupur Prasad is heading the squad at DCP’s office. The team will question the officers of the banks in which Sushant had his accounts. The investigators will also interrogate the two DCPs of Mumbai Police. Crime scene photos to be examined by forensic experts
The CBI investigators have secured crime scene photographs from Mumbai Police which, according to sources, will be sent to forensic experts for further analysis. The photos will be shared with the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) for examination.
The CBI’s SIT team visited Sushant Singh Rajput’s Bandra flat for a crime location examination. The investigators will get an accurate picture about the nature of the crime, if it was a death by suicide or murder, by examining the crime scene combined with postmortem report and forensic examination. The forensic experts will also go through Sushant Singh Rajput’s autopsy report. The Technical, Forensic and Coordination unit (TFC) of CBI is assisting the SIT team.

The CBI’s SIT team reached Bandra Police Station to meet the Station House Officer (SHO) and take the hand over of all related evidence and inquiry done by the Mumbai Police.

The handover documents include- all 56 statements recorded by Mumbai Police, Sushant Singh Rajput’s autopsy report, his three mobile phones, his laptop, mobile CDR analysis, crime scene photographs, spot panchnama, spot forensic report, CCTV footages and recording of the building from June 13 and June 14, forensic reports, autopsy report, case diary of Bandra Police, the clothes he was wearing when his body was found hanging, the blanket, bed sheet on his bed, green kurta used for hanging, his mug in which he had his last juice.
(Bureau Report with Agency Inputs ).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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