Evidence might get tampered by the time Sushant’s suicide case moves to CBI, worries Shekhar Suman

Evidence might get tampered by the time Sushant's suicide case moves to CBI, worries Shekhar Suman
Evidence might get tampered by the time Sushant's suicide case moves to CBI, worries Shekhar Suman

Sushant Singh Rajput’s alleged suicide has created an internet uproar, demanding a CBI inquiry in the case. Where many of his fans, celebs and some famous personalities, are fighting to get the ‘Kai Po Che!’ star justice, his girlfriend Rhea Chakraborti, Shekhar Suman and Roopa Ganguly, among many are urging the government to launch a CBI probe to investigate all the aspects of his sudden demise.

Senior actor Shekhar Suman has been standing firm to get Sushant justice and actively posting on his twitter handle criticizing Nepotism and favourtisim culture of the industry. Taking to his Twitter account, Shekhar Suman expressed his worry that by the time the case goes into the hands of CBI, the evidence may be tampered with or removed. His tweet read, “I think by the time they hand over the case to the CBI,if at all they do,like it happens in the movies or crime novels,all the evidences will be either tampered with, removed or cleaned up and CBI will have nothing to look into.Sad!#justiceforsushanthforum”

Addressing the delay in CBI delay, he wrote, “We are all awaiting a #CBIEnquiryForSSR ..what is the delay?what are you all waiting for?Till another life is lost?A suicide case closes in two days.It’s been 34 days.It is apparent, there is much more to it than meets the eye.”

Having been vocal for quite a while over this issue, the senior actor, at a point had decided to take a backseat in the fight for justice for the actor’s death given to Sushant’s family’s silence, but later he sprung back in action to fight it out till the end.

Sushant’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty too had requested Home Minister Amit Shah for a CBI inquiry in the Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case which was later turned down as Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, saying that Mumbai Police is competent enough to solve the case and there is no need for a CBI enquiry.