Sushant Singh's Death Wasn't Suicide, But Murder: Mortuary Staff

Sushant Singh's Death Wasn't Suicide, But Murder: Mortuary Staff
Bollywood heartthrob Sushant Singh Rajput's death might not be a case of a suicide, but a murder, new revelations into the incident suggest.

According to mortuary staff, the autopsy revealed evidence of violence and the conditions of the body matched those of a murder.

“After Sushant’s death, five bodies were brought for postmortem. We were told that there is a VIP body in it, but it was not known earlier, Roopkumar Shah told a private news channel, Hindustan Times reported.

When I saw Sushant’s body, I told seniors that I think it is not suicide but murder; that is why we should work in the same way," he added.

The mortuary worker further said that he was responded with, "You do your work and I will do mine."

“When the clothes were removed, there were beating marks on the body. There were injury marks at two or three places on the neck. It seemed as if the hands and legs were broken due to beating, there were deep injury marks on the body," Shah was quoted as saying.

Reacting to the development, the late actor's sister Shweta Singh Kirti has demanded a "fair" probe into the case.

Sushant was found dead in his apartment in Mumbai in June 2020, with Mumbai Police ruling it was a suicide.