As many things came to light with CBI investigating in actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case, a lot has been going on regarding the late actor’s ex-manager Disha Salian’s death as well. Disha Salian was reported to have died due to falling off from a building on June 8, 2020, a few days before SSR’s death. While death was reportedly due to falling from a high rise building, as per the latest reports in Republic, forensic experts have stated coming across two sets on injuries on the deceased body. Thus, hinting at it being a murder.
Forensic expert Prof Dr. Dinesh Rao in conversation with Republic had agreed that CBI should quiz people such as Rhea Chakraborty, producer Sandip Ssingh and more, followed by mentioning Disha having two sets of injuries. One set which she suffered after she fell down from the height and another set of injuries which she had suffered before she fell from the building. Further urging an investigation to be conducted in Disha Salian’s death case, which will definitely lead to Disha’s death being due to homicide.
Dr. Rao was quoted saying by the news channel, “One important information I would like to add, based on the pattern of injuries on Disha’s body, is that definitely there are two sets of injuries that I noticed. One set of injury is due to fall from a height, and another set of injuries were before the fall, which needs to be investigated. And this definitely leads to a possible homicide.”
He also added that she might be assaulted or tortured, he said, “Either she was assaulted or tortured, or that was the reason she might have tried to escape the assault, can definitely be added up. Maybe resistance injury, that cannot be ruled out.”
BJP leader Nitesh Rane too had raised many questions regarding Disha’s death in the past. ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput’s Former Manager Disha Salian Dialled 100 Before Her Death? Nitesh Rane Makes Shocking Claims
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