'He was murdered': Sushant Singh Rajput's family snub suicide claims



Soon after Sushant Singh Rajput's family stated that the 34-year-old entertainer was killed, the Mumbai Police has disproved the case, saying there has been no proof for it. 

As indicated by a report by The Times of India, the police don't speculate that the actor had any financial issue while including that the actor was in sadness throughout the previous a half year. 

The police revealed to The Times of India that the MS Dhoni: The Untold Story on-screen actor's sister used to visit Sushant Singh Rajput oftentimes who additionally affirmed that Sushant was not experiencing a financial emergency. 

"Sushant's companion Shetty said that the actor had called him from the get-go Sunday however he didn't get. He said on the off chance that he had, the circumstance may have been extraordinary," The Times of India cited a police official as saying. 

The group of specialists – which included Dr Sachin Sonawane, Dr Shivkumar Kolle and Dr Sandeep Ingale – which direct the after death of Rajput's body likewise affirmed that the actor passed on because of asphyxia because of hanging.

“It’s a clear case of suicide by hanging. There were no other injuries on his body,” one of the doctors who conducted Sushant’s postmortem told The Times of India.  

Sushant Singh Rajput died on Sunday after he committed suicide at his residence in Mumbai’s Bandra. The actor’s family, however, alleged suspected foul play and claimed that the Sushant was murdered.
On the other hand, Siddharth Pithani, the late actor’s creative manager told Mumbai Police that Sushant had stopped taking medicines to treat depression in the weeks leading to his death as he was “feeling better”. “Pithani told us that he was not aware of the reason why Sushant Singh Rajput was depressed. As he had been staying at Rajput’s home, he had, however, overheard the actor’s staff saying that he had stopped taking the medicines in the past few weeks as he was feeling better,” a senior Mumbai Police official said. Earlier, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh said that Mumbai Police will also probe the angle of “professional rivalry” which was alleged to be the cause of the suicide.

This claim was further hyphenated by Pappu Yadav, Jan Adhikar Party Chief who met his family in Patna and felt that he cannot commit suicide. “ I demand CBI enquiry into the matter”, he further stated.

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