It has been close to a month since the tragic demise of Sushant Singh Rajput. As the citizens of the country and his fans continue to mourn, the demand for CBI inquiry has only intensified.
From celebrities to normal citizens, everybody has been asking for a CBI inquiry. With certain details of his death still being under covers, it has given rise to numerous speculations about his death. There have been several conspiracies including sabotage of his career, nepotism, and other things.
Now, because of the building public sentiment to bring justice, BJP Member of Parliament Subramanian Swamy announced that he would be appointing an advocate to look into the facts and to get CBI involved in the case. He took to Twitter and wrote,
“I have asked Ishkaran to look into facts of Sushant Singh Rajput death case & see whether it’s a fit case for CBI investigation. Then accordingly to see justice is done. I have asked Ishakaran to process Rajput alleged suicide matter for a possible CBI case or PUL or Criminal complaint case.”
Roopa Ganguly Asks Questions
Actor turned politician and now a member of Parliament, Roopa Ganguly has demanded an inquiry into the death of Sushant Singh Rajput.
Roopa Ganguly has been demanding a CBI inquiry suspecting a foul play in the untimely demise of the 34-year-old actor. She said that there are some questions that still stand unanswered by the Mumbai Police and until that happens, she will continue to raise voice for Sushant. However, she mentioned that she is no doubting the capability of Mumbai Police but handing a case over to CBI shouldn’t have any hesitation or fear.
In an elaborate interview, she said she has seven questions related to the death of Sushant Singh Rajput suicide case and urged the investigators to aggressively probe into the case. Roopa Ganguly also mentioned that he hasn’t sought any political influence in the case because she wants her concern to be heard as a common voice. She also revealed that she would write to the Home Minister of Maharashtra and even urge the Chief Minister to push for a CBI inquiry.
Source: India Times