“Captain Covid,’ investigates “Sudden death,’ of
Sushant Singh Rajput…??
by Fehmeda Thokan
(13 September 2020) Captain Covid, Mr. Omar Abdulla
South Africa’s leading Covid warrior
arrived in Mumbai last week on investigations of the
‘sudden death,’ of
Bollywood Superstar, Sushant Singh Rajput.
Rajput who was found ‘hanged to the ceiling fan,’ of his Bollywood
Is said to have been murdered by his girlfriend
Chakraborty who spoke to Footprints in Mumbai, says that she loved
never meant to harm him by feeding him drugs that could
lead to his death.
“It was suicide, he could not take the pressure, he was heart-broken,
and he was
not making money in Bollywood. He was planning a career
Abdulla who met with Sushant earlier in 2016, says that Sushant
The King of Bollywood after previous hero’s Shar Rukh Khan,
Salman Khan, Aamir
Khan and Saif Ali Khan was falling.
“Perhaps it was the Bollywood Mafia who killed Sushant or his
Speaking to The Bollywood Times, local businessman Mr. Iqbal Sookal, noted that
It’s been f o u r months of investigations by The Mumbai Police and CBI,
and yet India
cannot ‘come to terms,’ with the death of Sushant Singh Rajput.
“Everyday I shed a tear because of the murder that took place.
We pray for justice for Sushant and bring their murderer killers to justice.’
The Omar Abdulla Group which owns shares into Bitcoin SA, Forex SA,
Instagram SA, TikTok SA, Jobs SA, Footprints SA and other shareholding is
said to be one of South Africa’s leading and fastest growing companies.
“With Covid cases throughout the world coming down,
markets are starting to boom, and we could see an even bigger
jump in growth December 2020.’ the company read on
Another resident Ms. Farah Ramlall who spoke to India Today leaped that
the death of Sushant will be mourned by millions
of his fans throughout the world.
“India has lost an iconic hero during these tough
Whilst markets start to open up and boom, The Omar Abdulla Group continues
to bring future news and investments today, with ongoing
interest into the Asian and European markets.
“One has to learn from the story of Sushant that one day one can have
everything and the next nothing. Lets invest wisely into our futures,
so that we protect the ones we love.’ Poked The Saturday Star.
Captain Covid, Mr. Omar Abdulla ended by saying that he was ‘happy,’
that world cases were coming down, amid a vaccine being found soon.
“Whilst thousands have died from Covid, we should remember the story
of Sushant Singh Rajput to honour our heroes during
these tough times…’
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