Disha Salian’s father writes to Mumbai police over mental harassment of family by media
MUMBAI: In a sensational twist to Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, the Mumbai police is now digging out information related to the mysterious death of his former manager Disha Salian, who died on June 8, 2020.
Disha’s father in his letter has also alleged that news about his daughter’s involvement with any politician or attending parties with big names of the film fraternity, rape and murder are “all the stories cooked by these media” and requested the police to “take reasonable action” against the concerned journalists.
The letter addressed to ACP Dilip Yadav, Malwani Division, has the subject line as: “Mental harassment and consequent victimization of my family and deceased daughter Disha Salian by journalists and media people”.
After massive social media outrage over the callous investigation in both the cases, once again Disha Salian’s name has come up and people are linking the two deaths with a possible connection.
The father wrote in the letter, “We are being harassed by these people by repeatedly questioning our faith in Mumbai police and their way of inquiries are conducted. We have already given our statement to the police that we do no suspect anyone with foul play.”
Meanwhile, Mumbai police is seeking information or evidence related to the alleged suicide of actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s former manager Disha Salian for a thorough investigation in the case.
Disha, allegedly jumped off a high-rise Mumbai building on June 8 and was found dead. Malvani Police had registered an Accidental Death Report (ADR) in Salian’s case, an official said, adding that they have initiated an investigation into her death, as per PTI report.
There are various reports appearing on social media, newspapers and TV channels about Salian’s death. The police are trying to get more information in the case and want to verify those reports, he said.
Hence, the police have appealed to people to come forward with information or evidence, which is in any form related to the case, for an in-depth probe, the official said.
People having any relevant information can approach additional commissioner of police, Mumbai-North region, deputy commissioner of police (zone-11), assistant commissioner of police, Malvani division, or senior inspector of Malvani police station at their respective offices, or through phone or e-mail, he said.
(With Agency Inputs ).