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Disha Salian’s father writes to Mumbai Police over mental harassment by media

On Wednesday the Supreme Court passed Sushant Singh Rajput's case to the CBI. Multiple reports are now linking his death with that of his ex-manager Disha Salian.

Over fifty days since the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, the Mumbai police are still investigating new angles in the probe. In a shocking new twist, it is reported that the officials are digging out information about the mysterious death of Sushant Singh Rajput’s ex-manager Disha Salian, who died on June 8, 2020.

The internet has been flooded with conspiracy theories connecting the two deaths while bashing the Mumbai police for its callous investigation. From stories of Disha attending a party at actor Dino Morea’s house to a subsequent rape plot, the social media justice brigade is getting absurd by the minute.

However, in a recent letter written by Disha Salian’s father Satish Salian to  Dilip Yadav, Additional Commissioner of Police, Malwani District, Malad, he has alleged mental harassment and consequent victimization of their deceased daughter by media and journalists.

Her 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.”

Take a look at his letter here:

Disha

Meanwhile, the Mumbai police are actively looking for information on Disha Salian’s death which could hers with Sushant Singh Rajput. Disha allegedly jumped off the 14th floor from her Mumbai apartment on June 8, 2020.

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.

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, an official said.

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