SSR’s Health club Companion Alleges Mahesh Bhatt And Rhea Chakraborty’s Dad Homicide$d Him

With the CBI taking up the suicide of Sushant Singh Rajput, the case has taken a critical flip the place it was proved to be a case of homicide. Loads of digging after, a number of names have come on limelight from the fateful day of June 14. The key identify that has been trending is Bal Thackeray’s grandson and Shiv Sena legacy, Aditya Thackeray.

Just lately, Sushant’s gymnasium associate, Sunil Shukla made some stunning claims which have added to the proof in opposition to the whole fraternity of the massive wigs who’re making an attempt to mislead the general public and the media. Sunil Shukla revealed in an interview with the Occasions that it’s Rhea Chakraborty’s father Indrajit Chakraborty and her alleged ‘sugar daddy’ filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt who created the plot in opposition to Sushant to kill him.

He additional claimed how Sushant used to take solely multivitamin dietary supplements and that he knew what he was consuming. Nonetheless, Indrajit Chakraborty being a physician obtained the medicines for Rhea to make Sushant eat all of that! When Rhea left on June 8, Sushant was nonetheless underneath that treatment. So which means somebody was completely assigned to do that heinous act on behalf of Rhea.

Shukla additionally mentioned on June 13 at Sushant’s home get together the gathering included names like Siddharth Pithani, Deepesh Sawant, and Neeraj. Shukla additionally added that the homicide should have occurred on that night time and later they hung him as much as present that it was a case of suicide on June 14.

These sturdy statements and allow us to hope that no matter he has claimed seems true and the murderers are put behind the bars.

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