Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on 14 June 2020. Its been 2 months to actor’s tragic death and the investigation is still going on. There are lots of theories are doing the rounds on social media about Sushant‘s sudden death. People believe that the actor did not die by suicide, but was killed.
Meanwhile, Sushant Singh Rajput‘s family lawyer Vikas Singh has also shared his views on this. In his latest interview, Vikas raised questions over the autopsy report, as well as, spoke about the marks that were found on the late actor’s mortal remains. He also spoke about the change in the behavior of Sushant‘s flatmate Siddharth Pithani, before and after, the FIR registered by the late actor’s father against Rhea Chakraborty.
Vikas Singh stated to IANS, that Siddharth Pithani was in touch with Sushant‘s family until the FIR had lodged. And after that, he started helping Rhea Chakraborty. The lawyer was quoted saying to the news agency. “Till the time we filed the FIR, Pithani was in contact with the family and gave an impression that it was a suicide and that Sushant was under depression. The bereaved family was believing the same. But once the FIR was registered (by Sushant‘s father KK Singh), he was helping Rhea by sharing that email. It was at that point that the family felt it could be a murder. Now, from what he has done and questions that have appeared, the chances are very, very high that it could be a murder.”
He further raised questions on the autopsy report of Sushant Singh Rajput. He said, “The autopsy was not shared with anybody for long. It is silent on the effect of hanging on the body, like popping out of eyes, bone-snapping etc; nothing is there. I don’t think even nail clippings have been taken for testing.”
Vikas Singh added that the autopsy report didn’t mention if there was a stool in Sushant‘s room or not, and that if he could have hanged himself. He also stated that the mark on Sushant‘s neck ‘can typically be made by a belt’.
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(Source: IANS, SpotboyE)