Sushant case takes a new turn, CBI seeks US help to solve mystery

Mumbai: CBI investigating the death of Bollywood and TV actor Sushant Singh Rajput has now sought help from the U.S.. The investigating agency has asked U.S. companies to cooperate in obtaining deleted information on Sushant Singh's email and social media account. The agency acting from every angle of the case is also looking to scour the past records to find out an old connection to suicide.

According to media reports, CBI has sought this information from Google and Facebook under the MLAT i.e. Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty. This includes deleted chats, emails or posts from actor Sushant. Both countries can get information in domestic investigation through MLAT. The Ministry of Home Affairs has the power to share information in India under MLAT. However, in the U.S., this work is done from the Attorney General's office.

Where the official was quoted as saying, "We don't want to leave any stone unturned before the case is finalized. We're trying to find out if there were any special deleted chats or posts that would help the cas". The investigating agency said in a statement last year that it was investigating the case from every angle. These include the allegations of instigation of suicide against Riya Chakraborty, the suicide steps taken by the actor due to pressure. Sushant Singh's family lawyer Vikas Singh is supporting CBI's move. 'I'm not surprised, because they (CBI) want to take intensive action before finalizing the case,' he says. There is a lot of mystery in the case of Sushant Singh's death like not having eyewitness or camera footage and I think CBI is trying to get the right lead.'

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