[Watch] Sushant Singh Rajput’s Virtual Autopsy Reveals He Was Murdered On June 13!

Mumbai: Doctor Meenakshi Mishra, a dermatologist at Ordnance Hospital of Defence Ministry, is absolutely confident that Sushant Singh Rajput was murdered, that too on June 13 and not June 14.

Dr Mishra conducted a virtual autopsy in Sushant’s case and stated that the miscreants had killed the actor on the night of June 13, a day before his body was found hanging at his Bandra residence.

A family friend had earlier told Republic TV that Sushant had not answered his sister Mitu’s phone call nor responded to her messages on the night of June 13.

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The doctor shared a video on a social media platform, highlighting the pieces of evidence which indicate that the actor was murdered.

“Suicide koi insaan karta hai toh uski aankhein bahar inkal aati hain. Uski tongue bahar nikal ke aati hain. Yahan pe hum dekh sakte hai ki Sushant ki naa koi tongue nikali hai na koi uski aankh bahar nikli hai. Ek eyes uski quarter khuli hui hai,” said the doctor in her video.

She also pointed out the punch mark above Sushant’s left eyebrow and under the eye, and the actor’s swollen lips.

With the help of a pen, Mishra also indicated the mark of a knot on Sushant’s neck and said that such a mark is not seen in a suicide case.

The actor was brutally assaulted as his knees looked as if they were fractured, she added.

“Jo virtual autopsy main kar sakti hoon main aap logon ko ankhe band karke keha sakti hoon ke ye murder hai. Isko pahele assault kiya hai. Accha ji, body pale hai iska matlab yeh fresh nahi hai. Prior 15 ghante-18 ghante pahele inko mara hai,” she said.

The doctor further said that the theories about the actor asking for juice in the morning and other things are all fake as he was murdered the previous night.

She also claimed that only forensic experts have the authority to bring down the body in a suicide case, so Mumbai police should be tried for tampering with the evidence.

Watch the video here:



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