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On Friday, Singer Rahul Vaidya took to his Twitter handle and tweeted the most shocking about the late Sonali Phogat. He claimed that his Bigg Boss 14 co-contestant was ‘drugged and murdered’ while demanding for justice. He mentioned that the people who are responsible for this ‘inhuman’ act should be punished ASAP.


Rahul’s tweet on Sonali Phogat murder case read, “Sonali ji was drugged & murdered. I hope the ones responsible are punished asap. Cos what has been done to her is INHUMAN!!! May Justice prevail soon! #SonaliPhogat” For the unversed, Sonali passed away on August 22 due to cardiac arrest. However, it was then reported that she didn’t die out of a heart attack but she was murdered. According to the NDTV report, on Thursday, the Goa Police registered a murder case against her personal assistant Sudhir Sangwan and his friend Sukhwinder Wasi, who were with her in Goa.

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The latest update in the Sonali Phogat murder case suggests the BJP leader was force-fed a ‘deadly’ concoction of synthetic drugs by two of her associates, Sudhir Sangwan and Sukhwinder Singh, which led to her death, as reported by India Today.

Reportedly, both of them have been arrested by the police and have confessed to feeding Phogat “an obnoxious concoction of chemicals with her drink”.

The senior police official said on Sonali Phogat death case: “When one of the accused was confronted with the video that shows him forcefully feeding her the drink, both Sudhir and Sukhwinder confessed that they intentionally mixed her drinks with an obnoxious concoction of chemicals. They gave it to her and after that, the victim was unable to remain in control of herself. Around 4 am, when she was still unable to control herself, the victim is seen running towards the bathroom and stays inside for two hours. The accused has not given us an explanation as to what happened then.”

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