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Sushant Singh Rajput’s friend Yuvraj Singh claims catching Disha Salian’s fiance Rohan Rai will make everything clear

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Sushant Singh Rajput died on June 14. The actor allegedly died by suicide and currently the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI ), Enforcement Directorate (ED) and Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) are investigating his death.

A few days before Sushant’s death, his former manager Disha Salian allegedly committed suicide by jumping off 14th floor of a building in Malad. Ever since the ‘Kedarnath’ actor’s death, these two cases are being linked.

Now, SSR’s friend Yuvraj Singh in a recent interview has said that catching Disha’s fiance Rohan Rai will help solve the case faster.

Speaking to Republic TV, SSR’s friend Yuvraj Singh said it is clear that this is a case of double homicide. He also said that CBI should file an FIR now. “Firstly, the enquiry is going fine from my side. The CBI should definitely file an FIR. High time that they move ahead. Can’t have a slow-moving system. It is clear that it is a double homicide. We’ve been asking to catch Rohan Rai and get his Narco-analysis done. The case finishes there. If we catch him, everything will be clear,” Yuvraj told Republic.

Further commenting on Sushant’s family lawyer Vikas Singh’s claims that the late actor was strangulated, Yuvraj said, “With Narcotics probe, sort of a diversion is created. Would request Sushant’s family to come upfront and talk. If Vikas Singh is claiming that it is 200% death by strangulation then the probe should be move really fast. There are too many cover-ups. The first thing to crack this case is to catch Disha Salian’s fiance. Sushant’s money was swindled.”

Yuvraj also alleged that this is a case of planned murder and requested the late actor’s fans to not to lose hope. Meanwhile, NCB’s investigation of the drugs related case has intensified with several popular celebs’ name cropping up recently.

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