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Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Sister Shweta reacts to hospital worker’s claim that the actor was murdered


Sushant Singh Rajput died on 14 June at his residence in Bandra. Sushant Singh Rajput death sent shockwaves worldwide. It’s been almost three months since the actor departed for his eternal abode but the probe is still going on. There’s been a lot of conspiracy theories making the rounds about his death.

Even after 2 months of the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, his supporters, relatives, friends and colleagues are struggling to seek justice for him. We see new videos, photographs, discussions and hypotheses about his death every single day. Recently, the father of Sushant Singh Rajput released a video saying it was Rhea who drugged the star, and allegedly killed him. It’s confirmed that Sushant ended his life on June 14. The man was admitted to hospital on the same day for the post-mortem tests, where it was said he died of asphyxia because of hanging.

Here’s a man, who brought the mortal remains of Sushant to hospital, saying it wasn’t a suicide but a simple murder event. A excerpt from an interview with News Nation by a hospital worker is doing the social media rounds and has been posted by sister Shweta Singh Kirti of SSR. The worker says in the film that the actor’s body turned yellow and his collar had needle marks. He also claimed that the legs of Sushant Singh Rajput were fractured and were not straight when his mortal remains entered the hospital. The worker also said it was even called a ‘murder’ by doctors attending.

Sushant’s US based sister Shweta Singh Kirti has reacted to the claim,

Shweta shared the video and demanded the arrest of her brother’s culprits.

she wrote,

“My God!! Listening to news like this breaks my heart a million times…what all they did with my brother. Please, please arrest them!! #ArrestCulpritsOfSSR” Have a look:

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