Months after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, Supreme Court approved CBI investigation in the alleged suicide case. The actor reportedly ended his life on June 14 and a 5-member SIT team is probing the case closely. In the recent development, the Narcotics Control Bureau interrogated Shraddha Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone in the alleged Bollywood drug nexus linked to Sushant’s death case. Almost a week before SSR’s death, late actor’s former manager Disha Salian died reportedly by falling off the 14th floor of her building in Malad.
Now during a recent interview, SSR’s friend Yuvraj Singh claimed that Disha’s fiancé Rohan Rai can help the case solve faster. Yuvraj said that the case has many cover-ups and if Rohan is nabbed then it will bring a new twist in the SSR death case. Yuvraj told the Republic, "Firstly, the enquiry is going fine from my side. The CBI should definitely file an FIR. High time that they move ahead. Can't have a slow-moving system. It is clear that it is a double homicide. We've been asking to catch Rohan Rai and get his Narco-analysis done. The case finishes there. If we catch him, everything will be clear."
Yuvraj further added, “With Narcotics probe, sort of a diversion is created. Would request Sushant's family to come upfront and talk. If Vikas Singh is claiming that it is 200% death by strangulation then the probe should be move really fast. There are too many cover-ups. First thing to crack this case is to catch Disha Salian's fiance. Sushant's money was swindled.”
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He concluded saying, “He was sedated, he was kept in the dark, he was kept away from his family — this is a planned murder. I understand the impatience of Sushant's fans, but don't lose hope. The truth will be out soon.” (ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Karan Johar's Dharma Production Employee Kshitij Prasad Reveals Big Names To NCB During Drug Probe – Reports)
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