If a crime‘s committed against someone & they file a case & we start maligning the plaintiff,we are trying to deny them justice.Always be watchful of such plans.Such plans work by spreading seeds of doubt so that the focus moves away from the quest4 truth & towards victim blaming pic.twitter.com/Nd0qbKv962— vishal kirti (@vikirti) October 14, 2020
Ever since Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14, his family is leaving no stone unturned to give justice to their beloved Gulshan. It’s been 4 months since SSR allegedly ended his life and CBI investigation is yet to come to any conclusion. Right from day 1, actor’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti takes to social media to Tweet and keep her stance on any developments in SSR’s case. On Sushant Singh Rajput’s 4-month death anniversary, brother-in-law and sis Shweta Singh’s husband Vishal Kirti took to Twitter to pen a 3-pointer note on the victim and his family. In his long note, Vishal asked everyone to be aware of maligning campaigns that running against the victim or victim’s family because doing that is ‘trying to deny them justice’.
Captioning his 3-pointer tweet, Vishal wrote, “If a crime's committed against someone & they file a case & we start maligning the plaintiff, we are trying to deny them justice. Always be watchful of such plans. Such plans work by spreading seeds of doubt so that the focus moves away from the quest4 truth & towards victim-blaming.” His 3-pointer note reads, “Four months have passed since that horrifying day. My only message today is that when the victim or victim’s family is targeted, it is done to deny them the empathy they need and perhaps make the rest of the world feel that they don’t deserve justice.”
He further wrote that apart from dealing with day-to-day aspects of life, the family is also grieving the loss of their beloved and cooperating with the investigative agencies and the court system. His note further read, “When a crime is committed, it’s extremely important to understand the emotional turmoil the victim’s family goes through. Slow down and think through. Not only does the family need to deal with the day to day aspects of life and the grief of the loss but also cooperate with the investigative agencies and the court system,” he added.
“The case could go on for a while, people will move on but the family won’t. If you think this is a desirable situation to be in for the family, think again. Revictimizing the victim only hurts the judicial machinery of a country and makes the quest for justice difficult for everyone,” read the last point. (ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Late Actor’s US-Based Brother-In-Law Vishal Kirti Starts NEPOMETER To Fight Nepotism And Rate Bollywood Movies)
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