Actor Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Bandra home on June 14, 2020. It is alleged that he committed suicide as he was found hanging from the ceiling fan of his room. Even now, over a year later, the many unanswered questions surrounding his death remain, unfortunately, unanswered, and at present, three different agencies are investigating the matter. In the midst of everything, new information has surfaced in the case. A media report now claims that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has approached the United States via a formal channel, seeking help in retrieving deleted data from the social media accounts and email of Sushant Singh Rajput in a bid to try and figure out if anything had happened in the past that may have directly/indirectly caused or led to the events of June 14, the day he was found dead, people familiar with the development reportedly claimed. The information has reportedly been sought under MLAT (mutual legal assistance treaty) from California-headquartered Google and Facebook, asking them to share details of all deleted chats, emails or posts of the actor for further analysis. Furthermore, an officer, on conditions of anonymity said: ‘We don’t want to leave any loose ends before we finalise the case. We want to know if there are any particular deleted chats or posts which could be useful in the case.’

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