sushant singh rajput sister shweta urges to pm narendra modi again on social media: A large section is pleading for justice in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide. Meanwhile, Sushant’s elder sister Shweta has once again pleaded for justice with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on social media.
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Since the suicide of Sushant Singh Rajput, Bollywood celebrities, along with his fans, Sushant’s family are also pleading for justice. Recently, Sushant’s father KK Singh had filed a case against 4 people including Riya Chakraborty in Patna, after which a new twist has come in this case. Apart from Mumbai Police, Patna Police is also investigating the case. Meanwhile, Sushant Singh Rajput’s elder sister Shweta Singh Kirti is constantly pleading with the Prime Minister for justice in her brother’s case.
The day before, Shweta shared a note on Instagram, demanding justice for the Prime Minister. Now Shweta has also posted a tweet from the Prime Minister on August 2, pleading for justice in Sushant’s case. Shweta has written in her post that the Prime Minister should intervene in this matter as soon as possible. The Prime Minister shared a video on PM Modi’s 100th death anniversary of Lokmanya Tilak on Twitter. Referring to this tweet of PM, Shweta re-tweeted and wrote, ‘Respected Sir, this is the time when we follow Lokmanya Tilak’s’ spirit of justice’ which inspires you. I request you to look into this matter as soon as possible. ‘
Let me tell you that even a day ago, Shweta had pleaded with the Prime Minister and said, ‘I am the sister of Sushant Singh Rajput and I request to take note of this case as soon as possible. We believe in India’s judicial system and expect justice at any cost. ‘
In a post shared with it, ‘Honorable Sir, somewhere my heart says that you are standing with the truth. We are from an ordinary family. My brother neither had a godfather in Bollywood nor do we have anyone now. I request you to immediately look into this matter and ensure that there is no messing with any evidence in it. You expect justice which will win. ‘