NCP Chief Sharad Pawar on Sushant Singh Rajput's alleged suicide: I don't suppose it’s such an enormous subject

by Jeremy Spirogis
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NCP Chief Sharad Pawar on Sushant Singh Rajput’s alleged suicide& 

After NCP chief Majeed Memon and NCP chief Sharad Pawar spoke on Sushant Singh Rajput’s loss of life case. In his assertion, Pawar stated that he would not suppose that Sushant’s case is an enormous subject and he would not agree with the form of discussions which can be happening round his loss of life.

He additional acknowledged that no person talks about farmers after they commit suicide. He additionally got here out in assist of Mumbai Police and stated that he has seen the police’s work for the final 50 years and he trusts them.

“It is unfortunate that a person died by suicide, but why is it being discussed so much? I don’t think it is such a big issue. A farmer told me that over 20 farmers have died by suicide, nobody spoke about it,” Pawar stated.

Pawar additionally spoke about his grand-nephew Parth Pawar’s current feedback demanding a CBI probe into the case of SSR’s loss of life. While calling him immature, he stated that he would not give any significance to what his grand-nephew says.

“I have clearly said that I have 100 per cent trust in the Maharashtra Police and Mumbai Police. But if someone still wants a CBI probe into it, then there is no reason to oppose that too,” Pawar informed reporters after a gathering with Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut.

On Wednesday, NCP chief Majeed Memon made a controversial assertion in a tweet, which learn, “Sushant was not as famous during his lifetime as he is after his death. The space in media he is occupying nowadays is perhaps more than our PM or President of US.” 


Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide on June 14. The actor was discovered hanging from the ceiling fan at his Bandra home. After Sushant’s father filed an FIR towards SSR’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty, the case received much more difficult.

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