Disha Salian case: Police urge people to provide info for probe


PTI, Aug 5, 2020, 5:39 PM IST

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Mumbai: The Mumbai Police appealed people to submit them any information or evidence pertaining to the alleged suicide of actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s former manager Disha Salian for a thorough investigation on Wednesday, August 5.

According to police, Salian, 28, allegedly killed herself by jumping off a high-rise in Mumbai’s Malad area on June 8.

“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.

“There are various reports appearing on social media, newspapers, and TV channels about Salian’s death. The police are trying to get more information in the case and want to verify those reports,” he said.

“Hence, the police have appealed to people to come forward with information or evidence, which is in any form related to the case, for an in-depth probe,” the official said.

“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,” he said.

On Sunday, a senior Bihar Police official said that their team, which is in Mumbai to investigate the death Rajput, will now also probe the case of Salian’s alleged suicide.

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