It’s been over 2 years since the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, but the controversy around him is still alive. A Cooper Hospital staff member made a shocking revelation about the death of the 34-year-old actor.
The staff member who carried out the autopsy of the actor has opened up about what they told their seniors.
“When Sushant Singh Rajput passed away, we had received five dead bodies in the Cooper Hospital for postmortem. Out of those five bodies, one was a VIP body. When we went to perform a post-mortem, we learned he was Sushant and there were several marks on his body and two to three marks on his neck as well. The postmortem needed to be recorded but higher authorities were asked to only click pics of the body. Hence, we did that as per their order.” said Roopkumar Shah, a staff member from the Cooper Hospital told TV9
SSR was beaten up, MURD£RED;
it wasn’t a SU!CIDE, says Cooper hospital post-mortem employee Rupkumar Shah who’s worked for
> 25 yrs, seen more than 50,000 bodies
But it was IGNORED by Drs who were in HURRY to conduct post-mortem with just pics & no VIDEOGRAPHY pic.twitter.com/lAAyC9aqbw
— PallaviCT (@pallavict) December 26, 2022
Now when Cooper Hospital ex employee is claiming that SSR was murdered & he was present in the Postmortem room when autopsy was done,CBI should consider his statement & take action in this case.
Please provide him security @Dev_Fadnavis @mieknathshinde
CBI Make SSRCase TimeBound pic.twitter.com/DIO9qxyXCL
— Koushani Kundu (@kundu_koushani) December 26, 2022
“When I saw Sushant’s body for the first time, I quickly informed my seniors that I feel it is not suicide but a murder. I even told them that we should work as per the rules. However, my seniors told me to click pictures as soon as possible and give the body to the cops. Hence, we performed the postmortem in the night only,” continued Shah.
Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on 14th June 2020. After his death, the All Indian Institute Of Medical Science worked with the Cooper Hospital on the case. They studied and even found procedural lapses in the report prepared by Cooper Hospital.