Sushant’s sister shares final WhatsApp message with him& |  Photo Credit: Instagram
Sushant Singh Rajput’s household is doing the whole lot to get justice for his or her late actor-brother. They consider his demise can’t be simply one other case of suicide because of alleged melancholy. Speaking of which, his sister Shweta Singh Kriti has now shared a screenshot of one among her final chats with Sushant on WhatsApp on May 22; which is 23 days earlier than the actor was discovered useless at his Bandra residence (June 14).
In the newest screenshot, one can see Sushant’s loving replies to his sister Shweta after she shared a pic of all four sisters attending a digital Vedanta class. She wrote to him ‘Love you bhai…Miss you” to which Sushant had replied, ‘Love you too gudyadi. This is so good.’ In the same chat, Shweta had also shared a video of her family and kids which had impressed Sushant. He had replied, “Wow such a ravishing and a cheerful household. Please say my hello to Vishal and provides my like to the stunning cuties.”
Sushant’s sister cannot wrap her thoughts round the truth that the identical Sushant who was sending like to her and others from the household is not any extra. “You loved us so dearly… #thestrongestbond #strengthandunity #justiceforsushantsinghrajput #unconditionallove Dated: 22ndMay2020”, wrote Shweta as she shared the screenshot of one among her final WhatsApp chats with Sushant on Instagram this morning.
Meanwhile, under are just a few posts of Shweta that she has been sharing as and the way there is a new growth in Sushant’s demise case.
Earlier, Vikas Singh, the lawyer representing Sushant’s household, had claimed that Rhea Chakraborty had tried to create rift between Sushant and his household proper from the time she entered Sushant’s life. In an interview with PinkVilla, he recalled an incident from April 2019 when Rhea had allegedly accused Sushant’s sister Priyanka of ‘molesting her’ following which, Sushant had apparently stopped speaking to Priyanka, as claimed by the lawyer.
The Supreme Court has accepted the Bihar authorities’s advice of a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) inquiry in Sushant’s demise case. The Centre has given three days time for Mumbai Police to answer with their investigation. Considering Rhea has been booked for abetment of suicide, dishonest, theft, Rhea’s lawyer requested ‘safety order’ for his consumer. However, SC denied the request and has granted ‘no interim safety’ for Rhea.
It’s left to see what flip does this case take hereafter.