Professor seeks ‘justice’ for Sushant Singh Rajput on Teachers’ Day

New Delhi, September 5

“Sincere, calm, quiet”, that’s how deceased actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s instructor, who taught him engineering, remembers him on this Teachers’ Day, even because the world is scrambling to place labels of “bipolar, addict and depressed” on him.

His instructor additionally refuses to consider he may commit suicide and calls for “justice” for him.

“He was very Sincere, very calm and very quiet in the class. I cannot comment on his activities outside the class. But he was not the kind who could do this (take his own life). I could never have imagined this,” Professor RC Singh, who taught Sushant kinematics (the science of describing the movement of objects) at Delhi Technological University, previously often called Delhi College of Engineering, instructed IANS.

At occasions, Sushant was so quiet in school that Singh would wonder if the late actor was catching what was being taught. So, typically he would stroll as much as the place Sushant used to sit down. “Then I would find he was catching everything. In fact, if asked, he would explain as well. Pursuing mechanical engineering in spite of being a topper in the entrance, was his own choice,” he mentioned.

Sushant Singh Rajput had secured seventh rank within the engineering Entrance Examination in 2003. After this, Sushant pursued mechanical engineering. However, he took a break from research and began appearing within the third yr of the course.

Sushant diverted his deal with theater and dance throughout his faculty days when he discovered his true calling.

As the nation celebrates Teachers’ Day, Singh fondly remembered a proficient scholar who has gone too quickly. But he additionally desires “justice” for Sushant. “On this Teachers’ Day, I pray that his soul rests in peace and his family gets courage to face this situation. I also want to say that given the enquiries which are going on, I hope he gets justice,” he mentioned.

Speaking to IANS, Singh additionally spoke about what he feels are the “shortcomings” of Bollywood. “I hope the field he was in and its shortcomings should be corrected. That will be a justice for him and his family will get peace.” Singh’s assertion assumes significance within the backdrop of all types of untamed theories flying thick and quick. Last evening, tightening the noose round Rhea Chakraborty, Sushanta’s girlfriend and now a suspect, the Narcotics Control Bureau arrested her brother Showik and Rajput’s housekeeping supervisor Samuel Miranda as a part of its probe into the drug angle within the Bollywood star’s dying.

On June 14, Sushant was discovered lifeless at his house in Mumbai. At that point, the Mumbai Police had concluded it was a case of suicide.


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