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Sahil Khan breaks silence on suicide case of Mr. India Manoj Patil, says I want the Police Authorities to expose the fake steroids scam

Former Mr India contest winner and bodybuilder Manoj Patil attempted suicide at his Mumbai residence on Wednesday and in his suicide note, he mentioned the name of actor Sahil Khan. Patil accused Sahil of harassing him.

Actor Sahil Khan organised a press conference to clear all the allegations. He revealed his name is being dragged into the case. The actor said,”I had met a boy named Raj Faujdar on a social networking site. He’s from Delhi and had made a video that Manoj Patil took Rs 2 lakhs from him and sold him expired steroids after which had developed some heart problems and skin issues as well. Faujdar has all the necessary bills and receipts of financial transactions. He wanted social media support, so I posted his video on my social media platforms asking people to support Faujdar.”

He further added,”I am surprised that Manoj Patil did not write in his letter about Raj Faujdar and the money he owes him. “

Manoj Patil’s wife’s name is also being dragged in the case that she also had problems with him. . Talking about his association with his wife, he said,”The police authorities should go and ask his wife about the same. I am no one to comment on this matter.”

Sahil also added that the focus should also be on steroid abuse. He said, “Why are people not talking about the drug scam? Young People are dying in the gym, getting heart attacks by consuming these steroids. There is a racket of fake steroids in the country.  I want the Police Authorities to expose the fake steroids scam and If I am found the culprit in it, I should definitely be punished.”

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Disha Yadav

She is an aspiring writer and has been into our the domain of content writing since a year. She joined CT as an intern and soon took over full-fledged writing for Bollywood. She contributes news articles for CT and intends to write on diverse issues on Bollywood.
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