It’s been more than two years since Sushant Singh Rajput passed away and we continue to come across shocking revelations about this untimely death. On June 14, the actor reportedly hung himself to the ceiling of his Bandra apartment leaving his fans, family, and friends in ultimate shock.

Ever since SSR’s death, his fans have been trending #JusticeForSSR on Twitter every single day. Not only his fans, even his sisters and close friends have been waiting for justice to be served.

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Now after 2.5 years of his death, the Cooper hospital’s staff has made a shocking revelation about the actor’s corpse. Reportedly, the person carried out the late autopsy and opened up about what he told his seniors.

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Quoting TV9, Times Now News reported that Roopkumar Shah said, “When Sushant Singh Rajput passed away, we had received five dead bodies in the Cooper Hospital for postmortem. Out of those five bodies, one was a VIP body. When we went to perform a post-mortem, we learned he was Sushant and there were several marks on his body and two to three marks on his neck as well. The postmortem needed to be recorded but higher authorities were asked to only click pics of the body. Hence, we did that as per their order.”

Sushant Singh Rajput's body didn't appear to be a case of suicide": Claims Roopkumar  Shah who performed autopsy (VIDEO)

“When I saw Sushant’s body for the first time, I quickly informed my seniors that I feel it is not suicide but a murder. I even told them that we should work as per the rules. However, my seniors told me to click pictures as soon as possible and give the body to the cops. Hence, we performed the postmortem in the night only,” revealed Shah further.

The attendant concluded it by saying, “When I saw Sushant’s body for the first time, I quickly informed my seniors that I feel it is not suicide but a murder. I even told them that we should work as per the rules. However, my seniors told me to click pictures as soon as possible and give the body to the cops. Hence, we performed the postmortem in the night only.”

Earlier, in 2020, it was reported that All India Institute Of Medical Science (AIIMS) doctors, who studied the autopsy report of Sushant Singh Rajput, had found procedural lapses in the report prepared by Cooper Hospital doctors. The hospital’s autopsy report was earlier carried out by a five-member doctors panel.

Hearing this traumatizing news, Rajput’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti reacted to the claims and asked the CBI to open up the case again and look into the matter.

Taking it to her Instagram, she wrote: “If there is an ounce of truth to this evidence, we urge CBI to really look into it diligently. We have always believed that you guys will do a fair investigation and let us know the truth. Our heart aches to find no closure as yet. #justiceforsushantsinghrajput.”

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