Why Subramanian Swamy thinks Sushant Singh Rajput was murdered

The MP took to Twitter to share a detailed list stating his reasons 

In his fight to demand justice for Sushant Singh Rajput, BJP MP Subramanian Swamy has taken on the system — something he is known to do for causes he believes in. Swamy took to Twitter and shared a picture, pointing out why he thinks that the actor’s death is not a suicide.

Swamy is among the first celebrities to demand a CBI probe in the alleged suicide case of late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The picture shared by Swamy lists down 26 crucial evidence points, most of which suggest that the actor was probably murdered. Although his list is comprehensive, Swamy has not revealed the source of the image that he has shared. 

The list contains ‘evidence’ like: SSR’s nonexistence on social media, various marks on body, anti-depressant found in the room, location & length of the ligature mark, no froth from the mouth, no tongue protrusion, cloth hanging from the fan, no small table, furniture found inside, body language of closest friends, no suicide notes, SSR changed his sim cards.

Earlier on Wednesday, speaking to a news channel, Dr Swamy reiterated the need for a Central Bureau of Investigation probe into Sushant Singh Rajput’s death after Rhea Chakraborty was booked on charges of abetting his suicide. The Rajya Sabha Member stated the Mumbai Police had ‘dragged their feet’, and were ‘reluctant’ to get into the bottom of the case.

Subramanian Swamy had been at the forefront of demanding CBI investigation on Sushant’s death. He had written to the Prime Minister seeking a CBI probe and had joined the movement for ‘justice’, even lighting a candle for Sushant. Dr. Swamy had earlier said, “The way things are developing and things are coming out, it is inevitable that CBI inquiry will take place, in case it is not done, I will go to Court, I am just waiting for Mumbai Police to do its job.” 

Swamy also took to Twitter and requested the people of the country to urge their respective MPs to write to the PM in order to initiate a probe in the case.

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