Pratyusha Banerjee Suicide Case: Boyfriend Rahul Raj Singh Threatens Doctors


ytushya-&-Rahul-Raj[tps_footer]Late TV actress Pratyusha Banerjee‘s suicide case as we all know has become an intense subject of discussion. Recently, Bombay High Court gave an interim bail relief to boyfriend Rahul Raj Singh and was asked to present before the police every day until next hearing on April 18.

Rahul was being treated for depression at Shree Sai Hospital since April 3. On Friday, he was questioned for almost two hours at Bangur police station after which he returned back to the hospital later in the afternoon. What happened next is really very shocking!


After Rahul reached the hospital, he locked himself in the bathroom on the first floor of the hospital. The doctors got to know about the incident after his family and relatives got worried, as he did not return back soon. Reportedly, doctors asked Rahul to come out of the bathroom, but he threatened to jump off the building. After successfully convincing him, he came out of the bathroom minutes later.

On Saturday evening, Rahul underwent a psychiatric evaluation after which he was discharged and was asked to continue with the counselling.

Meanwhile, Pratyusha Banerjee‘s father Shankar wrote to the Indian Medical Association appealing action against the director of the hospital where Rahul was admitted.


In the letter, Shankar wrote, “Rahul was admitted to the hospital under some pretext of illness and we are sure that there is a high-handed conspiracy between the management of the hospital and the accused. Since the past few days, the accused is given shelter by the hospital. It may also be noted that we have learnt from reliable sources that in the past also this hospital has shielded criminals by taking a huge amount of money from them.”

Doctor of Shree Sai hospital has responded in return asking where is the question of conspiracy. “My work is done the moment he is alright. If he is a criminal, he should be given the heaviest punishment. My work is to ensure he is stable so he should not harm himself,” said Dr. Santosh Goel.[/tps_footer]