Today, on Wednesday, two months after Sushant Singh Rajput's tragic demise, the Supreme Court finally announced that CBI can officially take over Sushant's investigation. Scores of Bollywood celebrities reacted to the judgement and hailed the SC's verdict. Even fans were overwhelmed with the decision and were relieved that now the truth will prevail. Well, talking about being relieved, even Sooraj Pancholi's father Aditya Pancholi is relieved and happy as CBI is going to do the investigation. The actor even clarified that he is relieved not because of his son Sooraj but also for the innocent people while emphasising that the culprits should be punished.
Speaking to ETimes, Aditya Pancholi said, "This was much needed at this time. It is a very big relief. I am very happy that the CBI is going to do the investigation. The truth will come out and the culprits will be punished. At the same time the most important thing is that so many fingers were pointed out at innocent people, they will also get relief. I welcome the Supreme Court’s judgement."
He further added, "It is not only about my son Sooraj Pancholi, but innocent people should also be relieved and the culprit should be arrested. CBI is one of the most premier agencies of our country. They will do the investigation right and the real truth will come out.”
For the unversed, Sooraj's name has also been churned out in connection to Sushant as well as Disha Salian's death case. However, the Hero actor as rubbished all the claims in Disha's matter and even demanded a CBI probe in Sushant's case. In fact, Sooraj had also filed a police complaint in Versova police station citing harassment without evidence, in connection with SSR and Disha Salian's death. ALSO READ: Sooraj Pancholi Breaks His Silence: ‘Don't Know If Sushant Committed Suicide, But These People Will Drive Me To Commit Suicide’
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