Actor Sushant Singh Rajput Was Punched In His Eyes: Mortuary Staffer

New Delhi: In a startling revelation, Roopkumar Shah, a mortuary servant at Mumbai’s Cooper Hospital has claimed that Sushant Singh Rajput seemed to have been punched hard in his eye by someone. The actor’s body was taken to the hospital for an autopsy following his alleged suicide.

“He had injuries and his bones were also fractured. I tried to inform my seniors then but they did not listen and asked me to mind my own business,” Shah told India Today TV, adding that he was a part of the autopsy team but did not remember who was heading the autopsy team then.

Shah further claimed that the marks on the actor’s neck were not from hanging but looked like he was strangled. The mortuary staff, asked why he did not say anything back in 2020, said that he did not trust the government of the day when the incident happened and hence did not speak out.

“I am ready to record my statement in front of the agencies now. I don’t care for my safety, but Sushant Singh Rajput should get justice,” he was quoted as saying.

When countered that the actor’s family had never spoken about any injury marks on his body, Shah said that they might not have seen them. That the actor’s locked door had to be broken open from the outside is not true, Shah claimed, according to the report.

On Monday, Shah hit the headlines with his sensational claims about Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, which has been ruled to be a case of suicide. “When Sushant Singh Rajput passed away, we received five dead bodies at the Cooper Hospital for postmortem. Out of those five bodies, one was a VIP body. When we went to perform a post mortem, we learnt 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,” he told ANI.

Sushant Singh Rajput was found hanging in his apartment in Mumbai’s suburban Banda on June 14, 2020.

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