Mumbai Police Yet To Handover Sushant’s Phone, Call Details To ED Even After 4 Letters

Rhea Chakraborty (4)

The Mumbai Police that has been investigating the Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case has been criticized severely over its handling of the case. In a new report, the Enforcement Directorate has been waiting for Sushant’s phone to be handed over by Mumbai police for investigation.

According to a report in Times Now, the Enforcement Directorate has written four letters to the Mumbai police requesting for Sushant’s seized mobile phone and call details. However, it appears that the Mumbai police is yet to share the details. The Enforcement Directorate has been investigating the money laundering case against Rhea Chakraborty and her family.


Sushant Sister (1)

This comes in days after the Centre confirmed that the Mumbai police is yet to file a First Investigation Report in the case even after 2 months since the demise of the young actor. Centre further said that the statements recorded by the Mumbai police so far stands invalid as the state has not filed an FIR in the matter. The center said,

“The Maharashtra police in its affidavit has said that it has collected statements of 56 persons. In view of the admitted position that there is no FIR registered, and the police are merely discharging functions under section 174, such statements have no validity or legal sanctity and are nonexistent.”

ED Confirms 15 Crore Transactions

The Enforcement Directorate has confirmed that a sum of Rs. 15 crores has been withdrawn from the account of  Sushant Singh Rajput. However, the details of the transaction are yet to be found out but the department is certain that the transaction did not happen into the account of Rhea Chakraborty. The department hasn’t found any bulk transaction between the late actor and his girlfriend’s bank account.

A source close to the enforcement directorate has said,


“We are looking into who was using the debit cards and the net banking facility to ascertain if someone else who had access to the PINs or the passwords could have performed those transactions.”