Sushant Singh Rajput’s Father on Rhea Chakraborty: She Poisoned my Son

After CBI took over Sushant’s case, a lot of revelations have come out in public. From drug connection to calling Rhea a “murderer”, a lot has been revealed. Recently, Sushant Singh Rajput’s father has demanded the CBI investigating his son’s death to “arrest the murderer” as she was “poisoning his son for a long time”.

Sushant Singh Rajput’s Rhea Chakraborty
Sushant Singh Rajput’s Rhea Chakraborty

KK Singh, who earlier accused Rhea Chakraborty of abetment to suicide has now claimed the actress has killed his son by poisoning him.

In a video shared by ANI, his father said in Hindi, “Rhea Chakraborty was giving poison to my son, Sushant, for a long time. She is his murderer. The investigating agency must arrest her and her associates.”

This came after Sushant’s sister Shweta, in a series of tweets, demanded Rhea’s arrest. She accused Rhea of doing “publicity stunts” and claimed that being prime suspect she should not be roaming around freely.

She wrote in a series of tweets,

“Aaj Tak is interviewing Rhea Chakraborty for 2 hours and planning to air that interview on a national platform. If that happens it will be an utter disgrace and slap on the face of 130 Crore Indians fighting for justice of my Brother. #ArrestRheaChakroborty”

“Government of India needs to see to it that a prime accused should not be moving around giving interviews and doing publicity stunts!!! #ArrestRheaChakroborty”

Sushant Singh Rajput’s Rhea Chakraborty
Sushant Singh Rajput’s Rhea Chakraborty

“And the interviewer in no other than Rajdeep Sardesai who was calling my brother as a mediocre actor!! The Prime Accused should be taken under custodial interrogation immediately!! It’s my request to my extended family to block this interview. #ArrestRheaChakroborty”

Sushant died on June 14 in his Bandra house. His family filed a case against Rhea and others accusing them of abetment to suicide among many other charges. At present, CBI has taken over Sushant’s death case investigation.

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