Nilotpal Mrinal and Smita Parikh who are the close aides of Sushant Singh Rajput (SSR), have urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi for justice in the sensational SSR murder case.
Both of them have raised concerns over the current investigation done by CBI as the investigating body has taken so much time and has not done anything concrete so far.
Hundreds of SSR fans including his family members have also raised their concerns over the mode of investigation being done.
We had appealed tp ypu from across the globe @narendramodi @PMOIndia regarding justice for sushant singh rajput it’s a brutal murder happened right under your nose sir we the people of india want fair justice for @itsSSR the entire globe has huge hopes from you
— Smita Parikh (@smitaparikh2) September 26, 2020
They have also raised concerns on shifting the case to NCB in the drug case.
In order to report this, they have taken the social media route to report the matter to the PM.
The biggest question that has raised concern is that CBI has taken over the case long back and has not done any arrest so far even after getting so many evidences against the culprits.
Yesterday, the family lawyer of Sushant Singh Rajput family, Vikas Singh decided to arrange a press conference to register his displeasure with the kind of investigation being done by the CBI.
This is what Smita Parikh wrote on Twitter, “We had appealed tp ypu from across the globe @narendramodi @PMOIndia regarding justice for sushant singh rajput it’s a brutal murder happened right under your nose sir we the people of India want fair justice for @itsSSR the entire globe has huge hopes from you.”
Another friend of SSR posted a banner outside his residence. It was the same place where the actor was found dead. It was covered under the hash tag JusticeforSushantSinghRajput.
This is what he wrote, “I was one of you. Do you deserve justice? So do I.’ Check it out here.
Today, NCB (Narcotics Control Bureau) has been questioning the actresses Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan about their involvement in the drug case. This was done after their names appeared in the drug chat.