Anyone Targeting Thackeray Family Will Not Succeed, Aditya Thackeray Breaks Silence On Sushant

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On Tuesday, the minister of state tourism and environment for the state of Maharashtra, Aditya Thackeray broke his silence over the ongoing saga over the death of Sushant Singh Rajput.

In a long statement released by him on Twitter, he said,


“The ‘Corona’ crisis has caused havoc across the country. Even the government of Maharashtra is trying its best to defeat the virus. Maybe, those who are envious of the success and popularity of Maharashtra Government have started politicizing the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. This act of unnecessary mudslinging against me and Thackeray family is, in a way, the culmination of helplessness out of the political failure of those who are doing it.”

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He also clarified that the has no connection with the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. He wrote,

“Actually, I have no connection with the case. Bollywood is an important part of Mumbai city. Subsistence of thousands depends on this industry. Certainly, I have a good relationship with a few people from the industry and this is not a crime. Being the grandson of Hindu Hriday Samrat Bal Thackeray, I want to make it clear that I will not to anything that will tarnish the family’s image and status.”

Case Gets More Twist

The death of Sushant Singh Rajput has become a sensation across the social media and the national media. What looked like suicide has now turned into an important case likely to be handed over to the CBI.

In another twist in the Sushant Singh Rajput suicide case, an unnamed friend of the actor has come forward to reveal shocking details that lead to the actor’s death.


In an interview with the Republic TV, the friend who chose to be anonymous claimed that Sushant was not depressed at all and was looking to hold a press meeting to reveal some secret details. He said that Sushant was deeply disturbed by the death of his former manager Disha Salian. Disha Salian had died a few days before Sushant took his own life.


Source: Free Press Journal