Sushant Sigh Rajput’s untimely death has sent shockwaves across the nation. He was reportedly found hanging in his Mumbai apartment on June 14 and no suicide note was found in his residence. The actor’s death due to suicide raised several questions and fans have raised their voice against the injustice that he suffered as several believe it was the ‘Nepotism’ that got the best of their favourite actor.
Many controversies have been raised post Sushant’s demise and the police investigation is still underway. Mumbai Police has recorded statements of 34 people linked to the late actor.
However, as the Mumbai police is gradually untangling the case of the late actor’s death several celebrities, fans and even a few ministers have demanded a CBI investigation of the case.
While a month has already passed since Sushant’s demise, former Union Cabinet Minister Dr. Subramanian Swamy on Wednesday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging CBI investigation in the matter.
Subramanian Swamy’s letter stated that he has learnt from his sources that Sushant's death is being covered up as suicide. He also stated that many big names in Bollywood are trying to cover up the death and calling it voluntary suicide with the help of dons in Dubai.
The letter read:
"You are well aware, I am sure, of the untimely death of film actor Mr. Sushant Singh Rajput. My associate in law, Mr. Ishkaran Bhandari, has done research on the circumstances of his alleged suicide that he is said to have committed. Although the Police is still investigating the circumstances after registering an FIR, I learn from my sources in Mumbai that many big names in the Bollywood film world with links to Dons in Dubai are seeking to ensure a cover-up is carried out by the Police so that voluntary suicide is concluded as the reson for the demise of Mr. Rajput."
"Since Maharashtra Government has many big wigs to share this view that Mr. Rajput be proved to have committed voluntary suicide, therefore, I am concerned that for public confidence Mumbai Police conducts a perceived impartial investigation."
"Therefore, I urge you as the Head of the Government of India, and with your known cornpassion for innocent people who are framed, that you may consider advising the Chief Minister of Mahrashtra directly or through the governor to agree a CBI enquiry. The Mumbai Police has already hands full with Conavirus Pandemic issues and maintaining law and order under the circumstances. Hence, this laborious duty of conducting this enquiry where public credibility is being strained, a CBI enquiry would be the only way to retain public confidence."
"I am sure that the Chief Minister of Maharashtra will agree to a CBI investigation upon such advice."
Check out the images of the letter by Subramanian Swamy:
The former Cabinet Minister also recently wrote a letter to the Mumbai Police commissioner through his advocate. The letter comprised a request that the commissioner should send all electronic evidence for forensic examination.
Check out the letter below: