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CCTV owner's sensational revelation: Cameras at SSR's residence were functional

Owner disclosed camera that are installed at SSR's Bandra residence was fully functional on the day of the actor’s demise

Mumbai/Patna, Aug 05 (UITV): Amidst the underway investigation in Sushant Singh Rajput’s case, the Mumbai police source reports suggested that the CCTV cameras installed in various parts of his Bandra apartment went faulty and not functional on June 13 and June 14, the day Sushant Singh Rajput breathed his last. Now, in accordance with a leading Hindi News Channel report, the CCTV camera owner has shared some astonishing information.

He disclosed that the camera that are installed at SSR's Bandra residence was fully functional on the day of the actor’s demise. According to the channel, Bihar Police had demanded the footage from outside of the actor’s residence but the Mumbai Police denied handing it to them till now. The owner of the CCTV company revealed that the cameras installed were working and recorded everything that happened in the house on June 14.


It was reported earlier that 13-14 cameras installed in Sushant’s home were not working.As of now, the Mumbai Police has completely denied giving any inputs over any documents to the Bihar Police as they have no jurisdiction in the case. it was decided after Maharashtra Government had looked upon legal assistance about Bihar cops carrying a parallel investigation.

Sushant was found hanging by his companions in his apartment on June 14. Mumbai Police investigating the case, has termed this as an accidental death or suicide. Ensuing an FIR lodged by Sushant’s father KK Singh in Patna on July 25, Bihar Police had also began a probe but after Bihar SP Vinay tiwari was forcibly put into quarantine for 14 days by BMC on Sunday.

The Bihar government on Tuesday advocated a CBI inquiry into the alleged suicide of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Nitish Kumar, while talking to a private news channel, said, “As soon as Sushant’s father K.K. Singh gave consent, I directed the DGP to do the paperwork for the recommendation of the CBI probe.” Kumar said that this demand was made by all and that the police were investigating the case registered in Patna. But the Bihar police team in Mumbai was not getting cooperation from Maharashtra Police. In such a situation, a CBI investigation was necessary.

Yet rumours are rife that Bihar Police is still trying to investigate the case and Right now it is thinking to send a DIG rank officer to Mumbai for probe. Three names are under discussion, including Munger DIG Manu Maharaj, ATS DIG Vikas Vaibhav and STF DIG Vinay Kumar. However, this time the authorities will travel by road to abide by the safety standards. It is worth mentioning that these three super cops of Bihar have a record of solving many unsolved crimes in the state and have sent many big criminals behind bars.