Sushant Singh Rajput’s bank transaction reflects transactions of amount over 2 lakhs for ‘Pooja Samagri’
Sushant Singh Rajput’s bank transactions show that, over Rs 2 lakhs was debited from the late actor’s account for ‘Pooja Samagris’.
In regards to Sushant Singh Rajput’s death investigation, the latest reports say that there were number of transactions made for Pooja rituals from July 2019 to August 2019. The first transaction was made on July 14 as mentioned in the bank statement. A total of rs 45,000 was debited from the late actor’s account for a Pooja ritual.
Almost a week later, on July 22, Rs 36,000 and Rs 55,000 was debited from Sushant’s account. Later, on August 2, a transaction of Rs 86,000 was made in the name of ‘puja samagri’. Then, on August 8 and 15, Rs 11,000 and Rs 60,000 was debited for ‘pandit fees’ and ‘puja samagri’, respectively.
After 15 August, there was no transaction mentioned in the actor’s bank statement. This development came from one of the Sushant’s family members who accused his actress girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty practiced the ‘Black Magic’. Also, one of Sushant’s office boy Ram, stated that Rhea practiced black magic.
Ram accused Rhea by stating that Sushant had changed after the actress had entered his life. He told the Zee news on Saturday that, “After Rhea came into Sushant’s life, he changed. Like other employees, my salary also got delayed, I was asked to work for longer durations and was harassed. Rhea started asking me to do her personal stuff too. And if any worker refused to do it then she would fight.”
Further Ram added, “Rhea used to give some medicines to Sushant Singh Rajput. Before she came into his life, he was a happy person but afterwards, he used to stay melancholic. Rhea also practised black magic”