28 Dec 2022

Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case: Autopsy Staff Said- There Were Marks Of Punching On His Eyes

Mumbai: In the case of Sushant Singh Rajput's death, the autopsy staff of Cooper Hospital has made another shocking claim. Roopkumar Shah has told that when Sushant's body was brought for postmortem, there were such marks on his eye that he felt that someone had punched him several times. At the same time, he has also raised questions on the previous government of Maharashtra i.e. Uddhav government.

According to media reports, Shah told that I was part of the team that did the postmortem of Sushant's body, and I saw that he had suffered a lot of injuries, many of his bones were also broken. But then I could not come in front of the media, because I did not trust the Uddhav government at that time. Now the government has changed, so I want to tell the truth. I don't care about my life, Sushant should get justice.

Video of Roopkumar Shah has gone viral

Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput's demise is back in focus. The actor passed away on June 14, 2020, leaving the entire nation in shock. More than 2 years after his death, a man, calling himself a Cooper Hospital staff member, claimed that the actor was 'murdered'. 

A video of Roopkumar Shah has gone viral on social media. In the clip, the man claimed when he saw SSR's body, it didn't appear to be a case of suicide.

On Monday, Roopkumar claimed that Sushant was murdered. Roopkumar Shah appeared before the media for the first time on Monday, 26 December. He told that Sushant Singh Rajput did not commit suicide, but he was murdered. 

Shah said that at the time of his death, we had received five bodies at Cooper Hospital. We were told that one of the bodies is that of a VIP. When we went to do the postmortem, we came to know that this body was of Sushant Singh Rajput.

He further said that we saw that there were many injury marks on Sushant's body. Two-three injury marks were also visible on the neck. The recording of the postmortem should have been done, but the top officials were only allowed to take photographs, so we also followed the order.

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