NCP chief’s comment on Sushant sparks outrage&
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief and senior prison lawyer Majeed Memon, on Wednesday, made an outrageous comment whereas slamming the media for the protection of the continuing Sushant Singh Rajput demise case. Widely thought to be one of the promising actors within the Hindi movie trade, Sushant was certainly an thrilling prospect for a lot of ace filmmakers. The late actor was solely 34 when he died by suicide at his Bandra residence in June.
At a time when the high-profile suicide case of the late actor has grow to be the speak of the city, the NCP chief condemned the media for publicising each single growth across the demise case of the late actor. Taking to Twitter, Majeed opined that Sushant has obtained extra fame after his demise because the Dil Bechara actor was not as well-known as he’s, post his tragic demise.
“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,” Memon mentioned in a tweet on Wednesday. The NCP chief added that secrecy needs to be maintained whereas probing a excessive profile case. “When a crime is at investigation stage, secrecy has to be maintained. Publicising every development in the process of collecting vital evidence adversely affects the interest of truth and justice,” he added.
Majeed’s newest remarks on the demise case of the late actor have sparked outrage on social media. In the wake of Majeed’s tweet about media’s protection round Sushant’s premature demise, NCP opted to half methods along with his tweets and recommended that the chief’s remarks are his private opinion.
NCP’s nationwide spokesperson Nawab Malik tweeted that the assertion made by Majeed on social media is his private opinion and never of the NCP. “Our party does not endorse or support his statement in any form or manner. He is not a spokesperson of the NCP which must be noted by all,” he added.