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“Disha Salian had multiple unnatural injuries”, suggests post-mortem report

Sushant Singh Rajput’s manager, Disha Salian’s post-mortem report stated that “she had multiple unnatural injuries”.


Sushant Singh Rajput’s ex-manager Disha Salian’s post-mortem report says a lot. According to India Today, Disha’s post mortem reports suggest that she suffered many injuries to her head and had multiple other unnatural injuries. Disha Salian died by jumping from the 14th floor of a building in Mumbai.

Salian, committed suicide on 9th June, but the post-mortem was conducted two days later, on 11th June. The delay in conducting the post-mortem has raised questions as to why it took two days for the autopsy to be conducted. The autopsy was conducted at the Borivali post-mortem centre.

Disha Salian’s autopsy report mentions, “Head injury, multiple injuries (unnatural)”. The doctor who carried out the post-mortem noted that the primary cause of Salian’s death was the injuries she sustained as she fell from the 14th floor of the building.


Earlier, BJP MP Narayan Rane claimed that Salian’s autopsy report shows that she had injuries on her ‘private parts’. But as per the post-mortem report, instead of injuries on private parts, it is mentioned about ‘multiple injuries’ as she fell from a height. Also, in this case, vaginal swabs were taken for examination and were sent for chemical analysis.

Rane also alleged that Disha was ‘raped’ and ‘murdered’. Social media too is full of conspiracy theories and rumours about Disha Salian, and the case is also being linked to Sushant’s death. It is also because both the incidents were reported in a week’s time. On 9th June, Disha died after falling from the 14th floor of a building in Mumbai. A week later, Sushant hanged himself at his Mumbai apartment.

There are strong suspicions of Disha’s death being a suicide, as she was under work-related stress as per the Mumbai Police. However, the cops are not ruling out the possibility that she accidentally fell from the building. Cops have still not closed the case and are investigating the matter.


Earlier today, a press note from the Mumbai Police urged people to contact them in case they had any evidence related to Disha’s death.

A day after Narayan Rane’s statement, Disha’s father Satish Salian, wrote a letter to the Mumbai Police. In the letter, he wrote that false reports regarding his daughter’s death are being circulated and the news of Disha’s rape and murder are all made up. He also added that a certain section of the media is mentally harassing him and his family.