Mumbai Police reacts to Nitesh Rane’s claims that Disha Salian dialed 100 the day she died

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Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14 almost a week before, his ex-manager Disha Salian had also committed suicide. There have been many reports drawing parallels between these two deaths. Recently, BJP leader Nitesh Rane had claimed that Disha had dialled her last call to the police the night she passed away. But, Mumbai Police has denied the claims.

In his statement to ANI, Nitesh Rane claimed that something wrong happened with Disha the night of her death, he said, “We have also heard that something wrong happened to her at the party and after she left for her house in Malad-Malvani, she dialled 100. She had asked for help and had informed whatever happened. Police must have information as it was a recorded call. Even though police could not save her help. This raises a question on Mumbai Police too.”

Reacting to Nitesh’s statements, Mumbai Police had issued an official statement that quashed Nitesh’s claims, it read, “The last call from Disha Salian’s phone was made to her friend Ankita. The claims that she tried to dial 100 the last time, is false.”

Nitesh has also written to the Union Home Minister Amit Shah asking to provide security to Disha’s partner Rohan Rai for his CBI questioning in Mumbai, he wrote, “ I request you to kindly provide him with security so that he is safe when he returns to Mumbai. His statement to the CBI will be crucial to the ongoing investigation and a key link to unraveling both deaths – of Disha and Sushant – since it is my strong belief that both these deaths are linked.”

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