Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide on June 14, 2020. Since his family was in Patna, it was his close friend Sandip Ssingh who carried out all the procedures here. He was the one who reached Sushant's residence first, took him to the hospital and stayed until post-mortem was done. Sandip was also the one who accompanied the mortal remains of the late actor to the crematorium. Sushant's family did not come to the hospital, they directly reached the crematorium. Now, in an interview with us, Sandip spoke about the procedure that he was asked to follow and how traumatising the whole experience was.
Sandip narrated that he took charge of everything and had to coordinate with the police as well. As no family member was around, Sandip took it on himself to be a part of his friend's last journey. He shared, "There was no one from the family and we didn't know what to do? The moment I saw Mahesh completely falling, that was the time I felt this is the time where I have to control myself; And I know nobody will be able to come forward right now because they will take time to sync in. There were a lot of procedures that had to get completed."
He further added, "I don't know how to explain that but we had to get Sushant down, take him to the ambulance and then Cooper hospital for the postmortem. Go back to his home and get Nitu Didi back to the hospital. Seeing him on that stretcher and then signing all those papers. Then the media after us. The whole moment has hit my heart, my mind and eyes for forever. I was called back by the Police as there was a lot of paperwork to be done for which I had to get his pan card, aadhar card from his wallet and that was difficult at that moment. I had to also stay back in the hospital until the postmortem happened. It was a nightmare."
We can't even imagine how difficult it must have been for Sandip to go through all this while being broken over the loss of a dear friend. May Sushant Singh Rajput's soul rest in peace. (Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput's Closest Friend Sandip Ssingh Opens Up On The Big Loss, Ankita Lokhande's State, His Dream Project With The Late Actor- EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW)
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