Neeru, when contacted, further told us that as far as she knows, Rajnish died due to kidney failure. But contrary to reports, he was not unwell, only since recent times. “He had his problems from a very long time. He was unwell, I think, from the age of 10/11. He needed support, else he would sometimes fall over.”
Neeru says that she nursed Rajnish, which in turn led him to walk without support for a while. “He started to gain his confidence. I used to even send him with the driver to areas where people can walk or move comfortably; he would feel very happy which was evident from his face when he returned. But still, we would send someone with him to accompany him when it came to he going till the washroom.”
“Rajnish was a very loving person. If you were good to him, he was double good to you. It was just that he didn’t like much invasion in his life. I remember he telling his mother not to enter his room because I think she had done once without telling him,” Neeru added.
“It is very sad that he is no more. No, I did not call the Kohli family after Armaan’s brother passed away. I haven’t kept contact with them, neither have they,” and then alleged, “But I must add here before I conclude that I have still not been paid by them what the Court had asked them to.”