Sushant Singh Rajput's Sister Shweta Is SHOCKED As Patna SP Vinay Tiwari Who Reached Mumbai To Lead Probe Gets QUARANTINED For 14 Days

Patna SP Vinay Tiwari, who reached Mumbai yesterday to investigate Sushant Singh Rajput’s case, has been quarantined; late actor’s sister reacts

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Sushant Singh Rajput's Sister Shweta Is SHOCKED As Patna SP Vinay Tiwari Who Reached Mumbai To Lead Probe Gets QUARANTINED For 14 Days
Yesterday, the Bihar government had announced handing late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s case to SP Vinay Tiwari, who, for the same purpose, had landed in Mumbai. However, if a recent tweet by the Kai Po Che actor’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti is anything to go by, the above-mentioned officer has been forcefully quarantined by the Mumbai Police. Taking to her Twitter account, Shweta shared her disappointment over a news break about the same. Just like her, fans, too, were exasperated.

The video shared by Shweta sees the journalist saying how Vinay Tiwari was immediately asked to quarantine for 14 days, unlike the four Bihar police officers that came to Mumbai for the investigation didn’t have to go through any such formality. She further stated how Binay wasn’t even provided with a proper IPS lodge to stay in. An alleged picture of quarantine stamp on Vinay Tiwari’s hand is going viral on social media. Shweta, in her caption, questioned that how can an on-duty officer be quarantined.

“What? Is this even for real? How can an officer sent on duty be quarantined for 14 Days? #JusticeForSushant,” wrote Shweta.

Take a look:


As soon as this news came out, all the enraged Sushant Singh Rajput fans alleged it to be yet another conspiracy and trended #SushantMysteryDeepens on Twitter. “#SushantMysteryDeepens What is happening in Mumbai, when 4 cops went to Mumbai, there is no quarantine, now IPS Vinay Tiwari has been quarantined,” wrote a user.


image source: instagram/shwetasinghkirti
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