Sushant Singh Rajput's sister writes, 'justice can be served' as CBI reaches Mumbai for probe

by Jeremy Spirogis
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SSR’s sister writes, ‘justice can be served’ & 

Key Highlights

  • Sushant Singh Rajput’s dying case has been transferred to CBI
  • The crew reached Mumbai final evening to probe into the matter
  • Late actor’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti writes, ‘justice can be served’

More than two months since Sushant Singh Rajput handed away and his dying stays a thriller. While the actor died by suicide on June 14 after he allegedly hanged himself from the ceiling fan at his Bandra residence, many are of the perception that he was murdered. Ever since his premature dying, his household, pals, and admirers have been demanding justice for the late actor and the case to be transferred to CBI. On August 19, the Supreme Court of India handed the order and the case was transferred to CBI. Recently, the crew reached Mumbai and Sushant’s sister has shared a post reacting on the identical. 

Sushant’s US-based sister, Shweta Singh Kirti has been on the upfront whereas demanding justice for her late brother. She has been taking to social media to share particulars about how optimistic the late actor was and the way it’s troublesome to simply accept that he was affected by melancholy. She even organised a world prayer meet for her late brother and urged everybody to share images of their folded palms.    

As CBI reached Mumbai, Shweta shared a screenshot of the information channel’s report and penned, “#CBIInMumbai The whole world has relentlessly fought for CBI Enquiry and now it is the responsibility of CBI to uphold our trust in them, we have full faith that CBI will most definitely bring the truth out and justice will be served. #CBIForSSR #justiceforsushantsinghrajput.”


Shweta has been thanking her late brother’s followers, followers and pals for standing up for what is true and what’s fallacious. Taking to social media, when the SC handed the order, Shweta has penned a congratulatory post, that reads, “Congratulations to our extended family for this victory, this is the first step in the direction of a fair investigation nonetheless a major one…we need to stay united and fight relentlessly hereafter… NEVER EVER GIVE UP, till we find the truth!!”   

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