Sushant Singh Rajput's untimely and tragic demise has created an irreparable void in everyone's hearts. The actor died due to suicide after reportedly suffering from depression. He was found hanging in his room by his house staff. It has been more than a week since this tragedy but all his fans are still mourning the loss. The police investigation, too, is underway with everyone close or associated with Sushant getting interrogated. So far, around 22 people, including his father, close friends Mukesh Chhabra-Rohini Iyer, rumoured girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and staff among others have been questioned by the police officials.
Now, if a recent report in Mumbai Mirror is anything to go by, the recent person to get summoned in the Sushant Singh Rajput case was his chartered accountant (CA) Sanjay Shridhar. The man in question was called by the Bandra Police on Wednesday and his statement was taken in regards to Sushant's financial status and activities. Other than this, the police has also taken charge of Sushant's contract copy with YRF, his phone and data records and some items from his house. Yesterday night, the final postmortem report of Sushant Singh Rajput confirmed that there was no foul play or injury marks on his body and he indeed died due to hanging himself.
As per a report in India Today, it is being reported that no struggle marks or injuries were found on the late actor's body. The report confirms that he passed away because of - asphyxia, suffocation - in short, due to hanging himself. Further, his viscera will be sent for a chemical analysis soon.
In other news, fans are not ready to believe that it was suicide. In fact, veteran actor Shekhar Suman has also formed a forum called #JusticeForSushantForum to pressurise the government into launching a CBI enquiry in the actor's death.
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