New Delhi: After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, from the post-mortem to the funeral, the most forward-looking actor and producer Sandeep Singh initially came out as his friend. At the same time, everyone has raised questions on them as the case progresses. Many people had a question about Sandeep Singh that while he is claiming to be close to Sushant, why was he not seen with Sushant Singh Rajput in the last one and a half years? In such a situation, Sandeep Singh has now broken the silence on the allegations made on himself. He has shared screenshots of the conversation with Sushant.
Why was suspicion on Sandeep
Remind you that it was revealed from Sandeep Singh’s call detail that he had called the ambulance driver 4-5 times, after which everyone’s suspicion was deepened on him. But the extent was reached when Sandeep, who described himself as a close friend of Sushant, refused to recognize Sushant’s family. After which everyone started doubting Sandeep Singh.
Sandeep said this about Sushant and his sister
Sandeep has shared some things about Sushant Singh Rajput and his sister Meetu Singh to prove himself innocent. This screenshot is of the conversation of Sandeep Singh and Sushant Singh Rajput 4 years ago.
Written emotional caption
While sharing this conversation with Sushant Singh Rajput, how Sandeep Singh was feeling can be gauged by reading his caption. Sandeep wrote in this caption, ‘Sorry brother, my silence has broken my 20-year-old image and family. I did not know that in today’s time, friendship also requires a certificate. Today I am making our personal chat public, this is the last proof I have to express our friendship.’
Said this about sister
Sandeep Singh has shared another post here. Which makes it clear why he had assumed all the responsibility by coming forward on 14 June 2020. Sandeep Singh, while narrating the situation of that day here, wrote, ‘On June 14, as soon as I heard about you I could not stop myself and I ran towards your house but I was surprised to see that there But there was no one but Meetu Didi. I still wonder whether I made a mistake by standing with your sister in that difficult time or should I have waited for the rest of your friends to come.’