Sushant’s household lawyer Vikas Singh says the 'case has nothing to do with what Kangana Ranaut has instructed'

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Sushant’s household lawyer talks about Kangana’s claims& 

It’s has been over a month that gifted actor and a gem of an individual Sushant Singh Rajput left us all. His household lately filed an FIR towards the late actor’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and Bihar Police has began investigating the case together with Mumbai Police. While many, together with Kangana Ranaut, have been blaming nepotism for Sushant’s premature demise, the late actor’s household lawyer Vikas Singh has a special view.

In a current interview with Zoom TV, Vikas make clear the entire ‘nepotism angle’ that’s being talked about on social media platforms. The lawyer shared that the Queen actress has not contacted Sushant’s father or different members of the household. And he additionally dismissed Kangana’s claims about ‘film mafias’ being the explanation for Sushant’s demise.

“To my knowledge, Kangana has not contacted the family but if in some other day she has contacted some other member of the family then I might not know. Kangana has not contacted my client, Mr KK Singh,” the household lawyer said.

While talking concerning the ‘nepotism angle’ that Kangana has been put ahead in a number of interviews, the lawyer stated, “That’s a different angle completely. If tomorrow the Mumbai police feel that any outsider or any person who comes from a small town to this industry needs protection and they feel like it this is a cognizable offence then they can go ahead and do that angle. In my legal mind, it really does not require the police to go into this matter. Maybe an actors association or producers Association can take up this matter but I don’t think that this case has anything to do with what Kangana has suggested or anybody else is talking about.”

He additional added, “This may have affected Sushant in a small way but that can’t be the crime. Even if it was, you have to first decide what crime it would be under the IPC and if there is no cognizable offence then the police have no jurisdiction to do this so-called questioning. I think the Mumbai police has done a very shoddy job investigation by calling in people from the industry making them wait for hours and asking them questions on trivial issues this is going nowhere in Sushant’s suicide matter. “

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