Sushant’s household lawyer alleges Rhea ‘tampered with the proof’&
After a leaked video confirmed Sushant Singh Rajput’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty leaving the mortuary the place the late actor’s mortal stays had been stored, a number of individuals raised questions on the actress. Many questioned as to how Rhea acquired the permission to enter the hospital’s mortuary the place the post-mortem was going to happen.
In a current interview with Times Now, Sushant’s household’s lawyer Vikas Singh, on Friday, stated that the actress had no business within the mortuary and he additionally went on to allege that Rhea may have tampered with the proof throughout her go to. He additionally stated that her go to raises suspicions. “Somebody at the hospital is helping Rhea to get entry at the morgue,” he advised the information channel.
The lawyer additional stated, “Mumbai police will have to answer how did they allow her to enter before postmortem. There’s the possibility of tampering with evidence.” He additionally said that when somebody is allowed to enter the place the place the post-mortem has to happen, there are probabilities of the post-mortem inquiry being broken.
“You can interfere with the investigation, you can put something there or plant something there, or you can take away something which could have been spotted in the postmortem,” Singh stated
Check out a snippet of the interview beneath:
Earlier, some movies, which had been accessed by Times Now, confirmed that Rhea spent practically 45 minutes within the mortuary of Cooper Hospital in Mumbai.
According to the foundations of the hospital, entry to the morgue is just not granted even to the closest members of the deceased individual with out being assisted by the police.
Rhea and 5 others have been accused below varied sections of IPC in Sushant’s father KK Singh’s FIR, which embody: 341 (punishment for wrongful restraint), 342 (punishment for wrongful confinement), 380 (theft in dwelling home), 406 (punishment for legal breach of belief), 420 (Cheating and dishonestly inducing supply of property) and 306 (abetment of suicide).