Sushant Singh Rajput's sister Shweta shares his old tweet about coming together as she seeks justice for him

Sushant Singh Rajput passed away in June 2020 and his death is under investigation by the CBI. Amid this, his sister Shweta Singh Kirti remembered him with a throwback video interview and shared an old tweet where the actor mentioned unity.
Sushant Singh Rajput's sister Shweta shares his old tweet about coming together as she seeks justice for him
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It has been over 5 months since the sad and tragic demise of Sushant Singh Rajput and his family, fans and friends continue to seek justice for the late actor. His sister Shweta Singh Rajput has been crusading for justice for her late brother via her social media handles and today, she shared an old tweet of the actor where Sushant spoke about coming together. Sushant's death left the entire nation shocked and his case investigation is currently going on. 

Today, Sushant's sister Shweta took to her social media handles and shared a tweet of her late brother where he penned his thoughts about what is right and wrong. In the tweet by Sushant that dated back to December 12, 2018, he had mentioned, "Anything that brings us together could be right, everything that divides us should be wrong." Sharing it, Shweta used several hashtags in her caption including, "#Compassion #Kindness #Love #Humanity #Forgiveness #Gratitude #Wonder #Inspiration #Dreams #Divine #Future #SushantForever."

Not just this, Shweta even shared an old interview video of Sushant with a journalist from Bollywood Hungama where he was seen talking about people coming together and questioning things. He is seen saying, "If we are concerned about  why we are doing what we are doing then, we should sit together to come together, not fight together." Shweta shared the same and sought justice for her late brother. She mentioned his quote in her caption and wrote, "In his own words...”If we are concerned about what we are doing and why we are doing it. We should sit together to come together, NOT FIGHT...” #Justice4SushantSinghRajput."

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Meanwhile, Sushant's case had taken a new turn when his father KK Singh had gone ahead to register an FIR against Rhea Chakraborty and her family in Bihar police station. Post this, the matter of jurisdiction came in and the Supreme Court intervened to transfer the case to CBI. The CBI began its probe and interrogated several people important to the case. Amid all of this, Rhea Chakraborty and her brother were arrested in another drug-related case by NCB. Rhea was later released on bail after a month of being in custody. The late actor's case is being investigated by CBI, NCB and ED. He passed away on June 14, 2020. 

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Anonymous 6 days ago

the truth is he hated these ugly sisters!

Anonymous 2 months ago

Wise words from one so young. What a loss for India!! Sushant's sister should write a book on his life. RIP Sushant.

Anonymous 2 months ago

This is the first time a columnist didn't mention "suicide" instead mentioned what the fact is without sensationalizing it. Thank you for keeping it true. This is what we need in journalism and news to show us what facts are and not cook things up.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Why are people not supporting farmers like they supported SSR's case? ann'-daata ki koi importance nahin? bus filmi hero ki hi hai? hypocrite world

Anonymous 2 months ago

Shweta mata ki jai ho, jai ho.

Anonymous 2 months ago

And all u did was trying to divide.sushant was better than his mean sisters !! Evil sisters. She used sushant alot.

Anonymous 2 months ago

They did not draw publicity when he was alive so making it up now looks like .. The support bring broadcasted in public platforms is only from a bunch of people using people’s emotions. The same sources appearing in various platforms.. it is utterly sad .. so many y national heroes and public crisis need attention .. but some insensitive people try to divert the attention from main things to cases like these which had already been done dealt and closed .

Anonymous 2 months ago

Have you met them anytime ? Have you met him anytime? Did you know anything about the guy ? If the answer is yes You would know he loved his sisters...You never heard from his sisters about the bond shared when he was alive simply because they didn't draw publicity from being related to him ..he openly spoke about them just go check his interviews....When he is no more and is being character assassinated ....they want to know what happened to him and they are justified !!! Period ....Don't troll simply if you don't know !!!!!