Sushant Singh Rajput Case: Prescriptions Revealed By Medical Store Owner
A media channel has found the medical shop from where medicines related to Sushant Singh Rajput’s depression were often bought.
Amid several speculations, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has got into action and has started probing the mysterious death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Meanwhile, a media channel has found the medical shop from where medicines related to Rajput’s depression were often bought. As per sources, the Chhichhore actor earlier used to live in a building called ‘Capri Heights’ in Bandra. Just 500 metres from there is a medical store named ‘Solanki Medical’ owned by Suresh Solanki. Upon being asked, the shop owner said that Rajput’s depression medicines were purchased twice from his shop.
The first time it was purchased on October 23, 2019, and again on January 10 this year, based on the prescription given by the doctors. Solanki also showed the bills of each time the medicines were purchased for the actor. The accessed evidence showed the name of Dr Nikita Shah written on the medical prescription from October 2019. The medicines purchased later in January 2020 were on the basis of a prescription issued by noted psychiatrist Dr Kersey Chavda.
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