6 Case filed against filmmakers in Muzaffarpur – Sushant Singh Rajput death

6 Case filed against filmmakers in Muzaffarpur - Sushant Singh Rajput death

The case has been filed by senior attorney Sudhir Kumar Ojha within the Chief Judicial Magistrate’s court. The date of hearing in reference to the case has been regular for July three.

The filmmakers World Health Organization are mentioned within the case embody Karan Johar, Hindu deity Chopra, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Sajid Nadiadwala, actor Salman Khan and Ekta Kapoor.

The case has filed underneath sections 306 (abetment of suicide), 109, 504 (intentional insult) and 506 (criminal intimidation).

Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut, beside few others, has been listed as a witness within the case.

“I was hurt to grasp that Sushant Singh Rajpoot, a young movie industry actor, was faraway from seven films and few of his movies weren’t even free. It looks that a scenario was created by the defendant that prompted the young actor to require such forceful step”, attorney Sudhir Kumar Ojha same in his grievance case filed within the Muzaffarpur court on Wed.

Sushant Singh Rajpoot World Health Organization hailed from Patna was found hanging at his living accommodations in Mumbai’s Bandra on Sunday. The postmortem report found asphyxiation because of hanging because the reason behind his death.

Suspecting iniquity within the incident, a number of his shut relatives in state have urged the govt. to launch a high-level investigation to seek out the reality behind his death.

Earlier, few political leaders in state together with January Adhikar Party (JAP) president Pappu Yadav demanded a CBI probe into the death of the movie industry actor.

“A gifted actor like Sushant Singh Rajpoot cannot kill. he’s a victim of discrimination. I met his members of the family and that they need a probe within the case.” Jap president Pappu Yadav same.

Meanwhile, Sushant’s fans in state have additionally launched a campaign against discrimination within the industry. On Tuesday, some fans in Patna burned effigies of a number of filmmakers and urged the individuals to “boycott their movies”.

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