Based on its initial investigation, the Mumbai Police had concluded that Sushant Singh’s died of suicide but evidence shows otherwise.
There is incriminating evidence that Sushant Singh Rajput was brutally murdered but authorities are silent on the subject.
On the night of his death, there were multiple prominent needle holes and marks on his neck as per sources who saw him and his legs were bent and broken. There was also a black round bruise 1cm below d ligature and other resistant injuries marks over his body. The man who carried him on the stretcher also claimed pin marks and broken legs.
There are stupendous claims of his face paralyzed with stun gun marks found on his body, and the small piece of frail cloth hanging from the ceiling would not be able to have allowed him to hang himself as claimed. He never left a suicide note and also mentioned earlier when alive that suicide was not something he would ever do.
The five Cooper hospital doctors who did the postmortem went missing it is alleged, and the postmortem was done at night, the viscera not preserved and there was a very quick declaration of suicide within 5 minutes. End of investigation.
BJP Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy says, “There is huge evidence to prove Sushant Singh Rajput’s death is ‘Murder By Conspiracy.’ He also tweeted, “There was systematic destruction in the evidence. This requires painstaking reconstruction. Since SSR was cremated the next day, the toughest is the re-evaluation of the Cooper Hospital autopsy report. So circumstantial evidence obtained by CBI and confessions got to have to fill the gap,” Swamy had tweeted.
Is there not enough evidence to prove Sushant was brutally murdered?
Sushant Singh Rajput (21 January 1986 – 14 June 2020) was an Indian actor best known for his work in Hindi cinema. He started his career after dropping out of his engineering course at the Delhi College of Engineering and entering the theatre industry in Mumbai. He made his Bollywood debut in the film adaptation Kai Po Che! (2013) which became a commercial and critical success.
For his performance in the latter, he received his first nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor and became the winning nomination at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne. Apart from acting, he was the founder of a nonprofit organization and has been credited as the co-founder of a technological startup.
On 14 June 2020, Sushant Rajput, aged 34, was found dead, hanging from the ceiling fan in his home in Bandra, Mumbai. He had reportedly shown signs of clinical depression and was suffering from bipolar disorder. The Mumbai Police commenced an investigation, stating that the death was being treated as a suicide.
The postmortem report stated that the cause of death was “asphyxia due to hanging,” and called it a “clear case of suicide.”
On 3 October, Dr. Sudhir Gupta of All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, leader of a forensic medical team tasked by CBI for assistance, said, “Sushant death is a case of suicide. Murder completely ruled out.”Gupta told Asian News International (ANI), “There were no injuries over the body other than hanging. There were no marks of struggle or scuffle in the body and clothes of the deceased.”
On 5 October, ANI reported that the AIIMS medical board had submitted its report to CBI confirming that Rajput died by suicide and ruling out murder.
On 15 October 2020, the CBI said it “continues to investigate the death of Rajput. There are certain speculative reports in the media that the CBI has reached a conclusion. It may be reiterated that these reports are speculative and erroneous.”
However, with the frightening facts shared by people who saw him at the time of death, the version by the police and hospital and the people who saw him facts differ raising new alarms for investigations and justice.
Why are people in power and authority silent? Is it because some very powerful people were involved in plotting his murder? The mystery remains unsolved amid loud cries for justice for Sushant. Citizens complain that it has been 14 months that they are screaming for Sushant Singh Rajput’s justice and yet authorities are still in denial.
Evidence can be washed away, but the truth finally reveals itself one day. Whether a famous star or a simple citizen, everyone has the right to get justice. JusticeForShushantSinghRajput