#Breaking | Sushant Singh's family alleges that there is a 'black magic' angle in this case.— TIMES NOW (@TimesNow) August 2, 2020
Rs 2.93 lakh was withdrawn from his account in the name of 'pooja', however no 'pooja' was performed, according to his family.
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Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput's father KK Singh, in his FIR to Bihar Police, had accused Rhea Chakraborty of abetting Sushant's suicide, among several other accusations. Now, as per a report in Times Now, the late actor's family has questioned the mysteriously spent money on 'Pooja' from Sushant's bank account, alleging that it was rather used in black magic. Reportedly, when Sushant's family scanned through his transaction details investigated by the Bihar Police, they found that more than Rs 2 lakh was withdrawn from his account in the name of 'pooja'. However, they believe no such pooja ever happened.
The report states how Sushant used to note down every transaction that he made; be it food for him or his girlfriend, Rhea Chakraborty. Further, Times Now stated that Sushant's family claimed that he used to maintain a diary/journal for everything. However, there was something suspicious about Rs 2.93 lakh removed from his account. The report claims how Sushant's family has alleged that the money was spent on black magic that was done on Sushant Singh Rajput.
In an interview with Zee News, Sushant's ex-office boy Ram had alleged Rhea of practicing black magic. He alleged how Sushant's behaviour drastically changed after she entered his life.
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"Rhea used to give some medicines to Sushant Singh Rajput. Before she came into his life, he was a happy person but afterwards, there used to stay melancholic. Rhea also practiced black magic", stated Ram, adding, "Sushant was a strong personality, can't commit suicide."
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