Mumbai: Following Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, social media has busted out for a CBI inquiry for justice for the late actor.
Meanwhile, advocate Seema Samridhi, who handled the Nirbhaya rape case, has reacted to the actor’s death and has questioned police investigation.
Taking to the micro-blogging site, Twitter, she wrote, “On 14 June, a suspicion arose that it was not a suicide. Looking at the mortal remains of Sushant Singh Rajput, it looked like an alleged murder. The scar on his neck seemed to have no trace hanging from anywhere; No, suicide note, then why did they call it suicide without investigation?”
Earlier, she has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Minister of Home Affairs Amit Shah to transfer the case to CBI.
14 जून को ही डाउट हो गया था कि ये सुसाइड नहीं है।सुशांत सिंह राजपूत की डेड बॉडी को देखकर प्रथमधृष्टता ये एक प्रायोजित मर्डर लग रहा था।गले का निशान जो कहीं से भी फाँसी के फंदे का निशान नहीं लग रहा था;सुसाइड नोट नहीं था,फिर बिना अन्वेषण के मुंबई ने सुसाइड क्यों बताया?@MumbaiPolice https://t.co/2DBLD7SpUN
— Seema Samridhi (@Seemasamridhi) July 19, 2020
Sushant Singh Rajput was found hanging at his residence on June 14. The actor’s postmortem report stated that he committed suicide.
While Mumbai Police investigate the actor’s death, several politicians, celebrities, and fans have demanded a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe, suspecting foul play.