Untimely death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput on June 14, 2020 at his Bandra residence caused a massive stir across the nation. With his family filing an FIR against SSR’s alleged girlfriend Rhea Chabrakorty, followed by CBI taking over the case. Now as per reports in Republic a protest has been held in the country’s capital where agitated students have gathered at Jantar Mantar urging the law to give out justice in the actor’s death case. Reason of his death has still remained unsolved whether it was a murder or a suicide.
As per reports in Times Now, their correspondent in conversation with SSR’s friend Ganesh Hiwarkar and ex-manager Ankit Acharya, has asked their course of action in this protest. To which Ganesh in his reply states that they shall pay a tribute to the actor and then will begin with a hunger strike. Meanwhile, one can hear protestors gathered at Jantar Mantar urging the law to hang the wrong-doers. SSR’s ex-manager Ankit Acharya in his interaction with the news channel, mentioned two points.
One being SSR’s death case should be investigated from the death angle and secondly CBI who is investigating into this case, should give out updates, which have not come from past few days. Have a look at both the videos below-
Watch: Protest demanding 'Justice for Sushant Singh Rajput' that happened in Delhi.— TIMES NOW (@TimesNow) October 2, 2020
Ground report by TIMES NOW's Karishma. pic.twitter.com/K7OcNCfYdi
With the protest being underway, SSR’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti urged people to join the protest in her tweet, “Join and support the campaign at Jantar Mantar today... remember to wear a mask, maintain social distancing and follow the local laws. Let’s ask the right questions and stand for the right cause!! #Satyagrah4SSR #Revolution4SSR.” ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput’s Sister Shweta Points Out Twitter Crashed After Being Flooded With #Revolution4SSR Tweets: ‘True Revolution In All Sense’
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