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Sushant’s death: Why Subramanian Swamy is demanding NIA probe

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Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has evoked a string of theories on how the actor died. The latest theory claims that Sushant was paralyzed using a stun gun before he was killed, and dismisses reports that he died by suicide.

BJP MP Subramanian Swamy, who has been demanding a probe into the actor‘s death for a long time now, has lent support to the new theory.

Swamy retweeted a tweet by a user who claimed to have read up about stun guns. The user alleged that a mark left on Sushant’s neck matched the kind of marks left by stun guns. Sharing this, Swamy wrote, “Were this gun smuggled from which Arabian Sea bordering country? NIA must now join the probe.”

The stun gun theory was originally proposed by Raju Wadhwa, a doctor practicing internal medicine in the United States. He had pointed to the burn marks on Sushant’s neck and was the first to allege that Sushant was paralyzed in this manner. He had also cited an example of a US Navy seal’s murder by using a stun gun, and wrote, “This same method was once used to murder a Navy seal in the USA and make it look like suicide but forensics caught the killer.”

Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his apartment on June 14. According to his flatmate Siddharth Pithani, the actor was found hanging but this is now being questioned by Sushant’s family and lawyer, who are pointing that no one saw the actor hanging except Pithani. Pithani allegedly brought down Sushant’s body when the latter’s sister Meetu Singh was only a few minutes away from his house.

Cousin: Mumbai Police tampered with diary of Sushant

the late actor’s cousin Niraj Singh Babloo has made some shocking revelations related to the case. As per report, he has alleged that the Mumbai Police has tampered with Sushant’s diary. He has said that the actor used to write diaries for a very long time. Niraj then revealed that he was the one who handed over Sushant’s diary to police officials after the incident occurred. He has also claimed about having realized that they have tampered with the diary. According to Babloo, a few pages were torn. 

He has further added that the diary still includes details about Sushant planning to venture into Hollywood. Niraj has also said that they believed the late actor was a Hollywood material and that he was strong mentally. Babloo has claimed in the same statement that Sushant told him about his wish of sending 100 poor kids to NASA. Meanwhile, the CBI in its submission to the Supreme Court has stated that there is no question of transferring the case to Mumbai as nothing is pending there. This is against Rhea Chakraborty’s plea for transferring the case to the city.

As reported by Sirf News on 11 August, the family of Sushant Singh Rajput has moved the judiciary against Shiv Sena politician and editor of the party mouthpiece Saamana Sanjay Raut for his intemperate remarks. The late actor’s cousin, BJP MLA Neeraj Singh Bablu, has sent a legal notice to Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut. Media reports that in his notice, Bablu has demanded a public apology from Raut within 48 hours, failing which legal action will be taken against him.

Mumbai Police went in wrong direction: Vikas Singh

Mumbai police is a very professional force but for some reason it had completely gone in the wrong direction in Sushant Singh Rajput death case and his family had to approach Patna Police, said Vikas Singh, the lawyer of late actor’s father.

“I have always said that the Mumbai Police is a very professional force. But for some reason, in this case, Mumbai Police have completely gone in the wrong direction. So the family had to approach Patna Police,” Vikas Singh told reporters.

He said Supreme Court has listened to lengthy arguments in the matter and “should comment that the case has rightly gone to CBI”.

“The court should give directions that Mumbai Police should help CBI in the investigation,” he said.

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