Aug 02, 2020
Sushant Singh Rajput Case: Mumbai BJP MLA Writes to Deputy Commissioner of Police Regarding Disha Salian’s Phone Records and Location, 24 Hours Before Her Death
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Mumbai Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) General Secretary and Andheri MLA Ameet Satam, here on Sunday, raised questions on various aspects of controversies surrounding the Sushant Singh Rajput case. In a letter to Deputy Commissioner of Police (IX) Abhishek Trimukhe, Satam said many stories and theories were floating around and if the police could answer his queries, it would clear the air and pave the way for a logical conclusion in the case.Sushant Singh Rajput Case: Rhea Chakraborty and Family Left Three Days Ago in Middle of Night, Claims Actress’ Building Supervisor
The legislator sought the contents of Disha Salian’s autopsy report, the probe into the circumstances leading to her death, including whether she had attended a party, and if so then who others were present at that gathering. Satam demanded details of her phone calls/messages 24 hours prior to her death, the mobile tower locations to ascertain who all were present and she met before her death. Sushant Singh Rajput Case: Senior IPS Officer From Bihar Sent to Mumbai on Sunday to Speed Up the Investigation
He also asked if the statement of Sushant’s sister was recorded to find out if he was scared of something after Disha’s death and whether he had mentioned that to her (the sister). “Did Sushant use different SIMs from June 8 to 14? If so, why?” Satam queried. Satam also wanted to know whether any party was held at Sushant’s home or some other location on June 13. If so, who else were present at that gathering? He also sought local CCTV footage and mobile tower locations of certain people who were reportedly present at that party.
He also sought to know whether the statements of Sushant’s three servants, building security and other persons were recorded pertaining to visitors to the actor’s home on June 13. He also asked about statements of his close friends, like Sandeep Singh, Mahesh Shetty and Siddharth Pithani. “Why was the body taken to Cooper Hospital, and not to Bhabha or any other hospital in Bandra close to the location of death? Has reinvestigation into the preserved viscera of Sushant ordered,” Satam asked.
If these were not done then it should be complied with at the earliest, Satam wrote to the police. Satam’s letter has come two days after Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis and others demanded a CBI probe into the case, while actor Shekhar Suman submitted a memorandum to Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari on the same.
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Mumbai Film Festival Postponed to Next Year Amid Indias Virus Outbreak
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The Mumbai Film Festival is postponing its 22nd edition to 2021 as India continues to grapple with a worsening outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
The Mumbai Academy of Moving Image (MAMI), the organizers behind India's biggest international film festival, said it made the decision to postpone the event in light of the "devastating pain and suffering across the country and uncertainty over the reopening of cinemas in Mumbai." An announcement of new dates for the 22nd edition will be made soon.
India currently has the third highest number of COVID-19 cases in the world with 1.855 million as well as 38,938 deaths as of Tuesday.
“It is with a heavy heart that we have decided to postpone the Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival 2020 to next year," said Isha Ambani, a member of MAMI's Board of Trustees in a statement. "It is our responsibility to do everything we can to keep our communities safe during this crisis. We are humbled and grateful for the special place that the festival has carved for itself in Mumbai’s cultural landscape. We promise that the festival will come back with fullness in spirit and enthusiasm for our beloved city of Mumbai.”
“The world is grappling with a global calamity. 2020 is about survival, introspection and humility. We have decided to prioritise healing this year and hold the festival in its full splendour next year," said festival director Anupama Chopra.
Despite the postponement, MAMI announced that they will still be releasing the official selection of Indian films for the year later in August and continue to focus on its online programs. The festival's popular year-round imprint MAMI Year Round Programme Home Theatre, a curated online database of films available for streaming, as well as the online knowledge series Dial M For Films will continue in their missions.