Every day, there’s new information that shocks us all in the Sushant Singh Rajput case. A few days ago, the Supreme Court handed the case to CBI for further investigation. It has been more than 2 months since the actor passed away. But no one has a clue yet whether it was a suicide or murder.
On the day of 14 June, when SSR wasn’t opening the door, his roommate Siddharth Pithani called a key maker. Now, this key maker has made some startling revelations under the condition of anonymity. In an interview, he revealed the instructions he were given before opening Sushant’s door.
The anonymous key maker told Zee News that he had no idea the house belonged to Sushant Singh Rajput. He was given 2000 rs and was asked to leave the moment he breaks the lock. The key maker also said that he was told to stop his work immediately if he hears any sound from inside the room.
The key maker who broke Sushant Singh Rajput’s room’s lock told the channel, “I received a call to open the lock at 1:05 pm on June 14, Siddharth Pithani (he did not know the caller’s identity then, but later came to know that it was Sidharth Pithani after several media reports) gave me a call and I told him to Whatsapp me the picture of the lock. They sent the photo After that I went to the house on the sixth floor. I tried opening the door with my tools after which they asked me to break the lock.”
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Meanwhile, 5 CBI teams are investigating the team. Yesterday, they spoke to the Bandra police in Mumbai. As per the reports, they will be interrogating Sushant Singh Rajput’s cook who was present that day. They will also interrogate the 5 doctors from Cooper hospital who conducted his autopsy.