Sushant’s Sister Tells Why His Family is Not Asking a CBI Probe

Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide last month and he left no suicide note behind. It leads to a lot of speculation regarding the former actors’death. People from all across the country are doubting some foul play. Therefore, they are asking for a CBI probe into Sushant’s death, but when it comes to Sushant’s own family they are not on the same page. Now, Sushant’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti has come out with a reply that reveals why the late actor’s family has not yet demanded a CBI probe into his death.

Sushant’s Sister CBI Probe
Sushant’s Sister CBI Probe

While replying to a fan of Sushant’s who urged her to ask for a CBI probe and to “fight for truth” and “fight for your brother, Shweta said that they are waiting for the Mumbai Police to complete their investigation, after that they will decide their next step. Shweta’s reply to the fan read,

“We were waiting for Mumbai Police to finish the investigation and come up with their reports.”

Sushant’s Sister CBI Probe
Sushant’s Sister CBI Probe

Sushant committed suicide on June 14 and Mumbai Police is currently investigating his death case. Dharma Productions CEO Apoorva Mehta recorded his statement yesterday and filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt too was called for questioning at Santacruz Police Station.

This Monday, in a long social media post, Shweta took to her Instagram and shared an anecdote with the late actor sharing a snippet of conversation she had with Sushant on June 10, four days before he died. In this brother-sister conversation, Shweta could be seen urging Sushant to come to visit him in the US in order to spend some time with her. To which Sushant replied, “Bohot Mann karta hai Di!”.

Talking about their lives after she got married and shifted to the US, Shweta wrote,

“Both of us got too busy with our lives. Bhai got into Bollywood and kept making us all proud with his accomplishments but I remained protective of him. I would often ask him to come and visit me in the US so that we can relive our childhood once again away from all the noise.”


Gaurav Gupta

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