Ever since the tragic demise of one of the talented actors in Bollywood Sushant Singh Rajput, his sister Shweta Singh Kirit has been dedicatedly fighting for his justice and demanding for the truth behind his death. There never has been a single day where she hasn't post anything on her Instagram or Twitter about him, she dedicated her social media accounts to him. She is either seen sharing her views on the explosive details that come to the limelight or shares throwback pictures or videos of the late actor. She also ensures to share his dreams that are yet to be fulfilled. As her social media accounts were her power to spread the word and to fight for justice, apparently, her Instagram, as well as Twitter accounts, have now been deleted on Wednesday, on the 4 month death anniversary of her brother's demise. However, her Facebook account is still active.
Nevertheless, the reason behind this is still not revealed. On June 14, Sushant Singh Rajput reportedly hanged himself at his Bandra house. Now exactly, 4 months after his demise, her accounts have been deleted. Today, sometime back, Shweta had shared an inspiring video of Sushant on his four-month death anniversary. She captioned the video, "A True Inspiration #ImmortalSushant." While yesterday, Shweta Singh Kirti shared a poster for an event #MannKiBaat4SSR campaign and urged fans to record and send messages to PM Narendra Modi on October 14. The post showed a picture of Sushant Singh Rajput and it mentioned the timing and the date of when this campaign will take place.
“Speak your heart out #MannKiBaat4SSR October 14, 2020, 8 AM to 8 PM,” it reads. Shweta also urged fans to record and send messages to PM Narendra Modi on Mann Ki Baat online portal.
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