Ever since AIIMS doctors have ruled out murder in Sushant Singh Rajput’s post-mortem and revealed that the actor died by suicide, late actor’s family and lawyer Vikas Singh have raised questions on the re-evaluation report they submitted to CBI. SSR’s family lawyer Vikas Singh had then called an action for CBI and said that the investigating team should create a fresh forensic team who reassess his autopsy report. The Forensic team had even replied to the lawyer's letter where he had raised questions about the reassessed post-mortem report.
Now author Chetan Bhagat has slammed those questioning AIIMS’ report. During his interview with Barkha Dutt, Chetan Bhagat said, “I’ve never been to AIIMS, but you’re claiming AIIMS is corrupt? One of the hardest places to get a job in, get admission in... It’s like you saying my IIT Delhi is corrupt. I will get very angry. Show me some proof.” Further, in a sarcastic tone, Bhagat added, “You’re only saying this because you did not like what they said. So it must be untrue, no? We are the only honest ones here.”
Earlier, the autor had slammed people for spreading rumours about SSR being called a "skirt chaser". In an interview, the author had said that SSR used to receive female attention like crazy so, "why would he molest any girl?"
Speaking to Times Now, Chetan Bhagat had said, “There are 6 journalists and they all have a WhatsApp group and they all have their benefactor. They all says, ‘Yeh picture chal gayi, par Sushant ki Wajha se nahi chali.’ 4 Out of 6 will write an article and that’s the narrative and poor Sushant can’t do anything.” When asked about if it bothered him and if he had discussed it with them. Chetan said, “He told Abhishek that it used to bother him.” (ALSO READ: Rhea Chakraborty’s Brother Showik’s Bail Rejected: Bombay High Court Cites NCB Has 'Sufficient Material To Show He Is A Part Of Drug Dealers')
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