Dr. Kersi Chavda debunks news about going on record about his ex patient Sushant Singh Rajput's personal life

In the last couple of days various reports said that Sushant's psychiatrist revealed Sushant regretted breaking up with Ankita Lokhande.
Written By Apoorv Shandilya | Updated: June 21, 2020 17:10 IST
Dr. Kersi Chavda debunks news about going on record about his ex patient Sushant Singh Rajput's personal life

Despite a formal investigation by the Mumbai police the media has once again turned Sushant Singh Rajput's death into a drama of sorts. Just a few days ago reports said that Sushant's psychiatrist has revealed Sushant regretted breaking up with Ankita Lokhande. Many fans questioned the credibility of such a report as doctors and patients share a mutual bond of confidentiality.

 
Now Sushant's psychiatrist Dr. Kersi Chavda has openly denied news about going on record about Sushant's personal life. According to a report by Filmfare the doctor said, "DCP zone 9... Abhishek Trimukhe... under whose preview I spoke for all of three minutes... had made this statement to the media... which was conveniently not posted. So... I have not even made a statement. It is incredible how much filth there is in the media.. wherein the most basic “confidentiality issue” between a client and a therapist… is just trampled upon with great impunity. So… Dr Chavda.. the infamous one... has done nothing that could have caused so much of anguish and heartache in people. Dr Chavda is a professional… who is ethical. Dr Chavda is known to maintain confidentiality. I hope this also goes far and wide. Thank god for professionals like DCP Abhishek… who is aware of the tenets of client- dr privileged communication (sic)."
 
The doctor also attached proof of this with DCP Abhishek Trimukhe denying news about the doctor's statement to the police.
 
Various celebrities including Deepika Padukone and Anushka Sharma have urged the media to report about Sushant Singh Rajput's death with more sensitivity and regard.
 




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