Sushant Singh Wasn't Murdered According To A Medical Board And People Are Dragging Indian Media

By Noomyalay Khan | 4 Oct, 2020

Sushant Singh Rajput has been in the news ever since his death earlier this year on 14th June. Initially, it was ruled as a suicide, but with intense media coverage and fans coming up with all-new conspiracy theories every day, there was a lot of pressure for further investigation.

The actor’s family filed a separate claim after this against the model and actress Rhea Chakraborty and her family, which led to more media attention. The actress was dragged through the dirt for the whole world to watch, making her an easy target in the whole controversy.

 

Now, All India Institue of Medical Sciences has ruled Sushant Singh Rajput was not murdered.

 

In the wake of this news being released, people are dragging all the journalists and media personnel who used the actor’s death as clickbait to further their cause for the past few months. The display of sensitivity has been few and far between where the actor and his family were concerned, with nothing left to the imagination.

 

As the burning question about whether it was premeditated murder as an effect of jealousy/drug dealing/bribes or suicide as a result of depression/unrequited love/Bollywood nepotism is not so burning anymore, the clickbait media is in a lull and people are picking up on it.

 

 

Some were also quick to point out that this was maybe all just a ploy in order to take the public attention away from more serious matters.

 

 

Some fans are still in denial about AIIMS report and still believe Sushant Singh’s death was a murder.

 

 

 

As fans all over the world await an official statement from the Central Board of Intelligence, all eyes are on the Indian media on how they choose to honor the actor’s memory and carry this news forward.

Do you think this matter should be laid to rest now? Let us know in the comments below.

 

People Are Accusing Kangana Ranaut For Using Sushant Singh Rajput For Her Own Gains

 


Cover image via dndindia.com and @Nher_who/Twitter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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