In the Sushant Singh Rajput Suicide Case, Mumbai Police on Monday recorded the statement of their psychiatrist Dr. Parveen Daraich. In the interrogation that took place at Bandra Police Station for about five hours, Daraich said that Sushant first came to him in 2018. When they were not satisfied with the counseling, they started arguing with them and they left the treatment in the middle. The police had questioned Daraich regarding Sushant’s counseling session, the troubles and drug dosages.
In the past, the police also talked to two other psychiatrists and a psychotherapist besides Dr. Parveen Daraich. According to police sources, Sushant was undergoing treatment with them since November 2019. During interrogation, a psychiatrist said that Sushant was suffering from a disease called bipolar disorder. At the same time, according to the rest of the doctors, his life was very tense. However, why did Sushant have this tension? No doctor could answer this.
During interrogation, almost every doctor admitted that Sushant did not take medicines on time. And even if taken, for a very short time. At the same time, due to the lockdown after April, he used to talk to doctors only on the phone and get advice. The doctors also expressed apprehension that Sushant was neither taking medicines nor following his advice for two-three months.