Sushant Singh’s previous workers and choreographer received threats, police asked for a written complaint
As the probe continues into the Sushant Singh death case, the deceased actor’s past staff member and his choreographer had gone to media to assert that they have been getting threats. In a report from sources that, the two men, who alleged that the Sushant Singh Rajput was ‘murdered’ and didn’t commit suicide, claimed to get death threats. While past house manager Ankit Acharya alleged that he has been getting much class from unknown numbers endangering his life and even ordering him to stop “seeking publicity”, SSR’s dance master, Ganesh claimed that a gang arriving outside his house early in the morning and discussing the interview he gave to the media. Ganesh alleged that on calling the police, he was directed to register a written complaint. On requesting the cops to come to his residence, he declared that they reached after one and a half hours.
As stated by the sources, no complaint has still been filed concerning the threats received by them. The statement also alleges that the persons have been ordered to come to the police station to register a written complaint, which the men will do in the coming days. Meantime, the recent news state that the deceased actor’s dad, KK Singh was asked to attend for questioning by the ED as the bureau investigates the financial aspects of the case.
Sushant Singh Rajput was found lifeless in his apartment at Mumbai on 14th June. Since then, the Mumbai policemen has been investigating the subject and recorded over 56 statements. In the meantime, the deceased actor’s sisters have begun a campaign for a CBI inquiry into the case. While statements claim that the central department is set to start investigating the case, still it remains to see whether the Supreme Court orders in favor of Rhea Chakraborty’s appeal seeking a shift of the investigation to the Mumbai Police from Patna, mentioning “jurisdiction” as the main aspect.