Sushant Singh Rajput’s private diary hints at ‘evidence tampering’ as pages from his journal have reportedly gone lacking. Sushant died by suicide on June 14. &
A whirlwind of revelations have come up within the ongoing loss of life case of Sushant Singh Rajput. In a stunning flip of occasions, Sushant’s father has filed an First Information Report (FIR) in opposition to Rhea Chakroborty and members of her household within the Patna police station. Coming as a stunning improvement within the suicide case of the late actor, pages of Sushant’s private dairy have reportedly gone lacking.
According to a report filed by Times Now, it has been discovered that pages of Sushant’s private diary have been allegedly ripped off which strongly hints at ‘evidence tampering’ within the excessive profile loss of life case of the late actor. The report added that some essential pages from Sushant’s private journal are lacking. Talking about Sushant’s private journal, the late actor’s former girlfriend Ankita Lokhande had earlier opened up about Sushant sustaining a private diary wherein he often used to jot down about his objectives and aspirations.
Sushant, who died by suicide at his Bandra residence on June 14 was additionally an avid author. The late actor had famously shared a poem for his late mom on social media in 2018. In his handwritten notes, Sushant had paid an emotional tribute to his late mom two years in the past. “As long as you were, I was. Now just in your memories I come alive. Like a shadow. Just a flicker. Time doesn’t move here It’s beautiful,” Sushant had written. The late actor’s tragic loss of life has despatched shockwaves all through the nation.
Talking about Sushant’s loss of life case, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Thursday has additionally filed an FIR in opposition to six accused within the Sushant’s loss of life case. In the CBI FIR, Bollywood actress Rhea Chakraborty has additionally been named as an accused within the ongoing loss of life case of the late actor which has been taken over by the premier investigating company.