Mumbai Police Released Chat Messages Sent to Siddharth Pithani by Sushant Singh Rajput’s Brother-In-Law Op Singh

OP Singh sent messages to Siddharth Pithani back in February which was for Sushant Singh Rajput as he could not reach out to the actor directly
Written By Shivam Gupta | Updated: August 04, 2020 17:39 IST
Mumbai Police Released Chat Messages Sent to Siddharth Pithani by Sushant Singh Rajput’s Brother-In-Law Op Singh

Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead on 14 June in Mumbai at his Bandra apartment. While the Mumbai police confirmed that the reason for death was suicide, numerous theories are doing rounds on the internet speculating the foul play ever since. Though the divulgence in the case is stirring up public emotions, the mystery of Sushant Singh Rajput's death seems to be more tangled than unravel with each passing day.
 
According to the recent reports, Mumbai Police has released the conversation that took place between Siddharth Pithani and Sushant's brother in law OP Singh. OP Singh sent messages to Siddharth Pithani in February who is allegedly a close friend of Sushant. Reports claim that the actor's brother-in-law could not contact Sushant at the moment and thus he wrote to Pithani who was supposed to communicate the messages to Sushant for him.
 
The message sent on Pithani's phone read -
 
Reached Chandigarh. Thanks for your fervent invitation to Mumbai. It connected me to scores of old friends. Appreciating that you are not in charge of your life, career, or house, I am happy that I guessed the situation correctly and planned my visit accordingly. Please keep my wife away from your problems. It is because of the company you keep, unhelpful habits, and gross mismanagement. I am determined to ensure that my wife is not penalized only because she is good.
 
OP Singh ended the chat by saying that he has a government to run, a department to manage and a family to look after. He told Sushant that if he finds this message unnecessary, simply ignore it.
 
Meanwhile, a video of Sushant Singh Rajput's father, KK Singh circulated on the internet yesterday where he revealed that he reached out to Mumbai Police in February and intimidated the officials about his son's life being in danger but police did not file the complaint. On the other hand, the Mumbai police have denied receiving any complaint from Sushant's family.
 
 




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