SSR’s Sister Shweta Singh Who’s Been Demanding for Justice for Four Months Deletes Her Social Media Accounts

It’s been four-months since late actor Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Mumbai-based apartment. Sweta Singh, SSR’s USA based sister who has been seeking justice for SSR for four months, deleted her social media accounts. She raised her voice on Social media and asked for countrywide support for the late actor. But as in CBI investigation, the case seems to be shifting towards a suicide angle, Shweta seemed to be hopeless though her family strongly reacted to the AIIMS reports that ruled out the murder theory. CBI is still investigating the case, and as per the report nothing crucial has been found so far; though NCB has arrested many for the drug link in relation to SSR death. As per the report, there is no crucial update in ED Investigation yet.

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Last night, Sweta Singh had posted an inspiring video of four months death anniversary of SSR. Sharing the video, she wrote, “A true Inspiration 🙏❤🙏 #ImmortalSushant.” In the video, the late actor was seen working out and training hard for one of his films. He was seen doing different types of activities like cycling, jogging, and running.

 

Earlier, Shweta Singh urged fans to send the voice messages to PM Modi as a part of Mann Ki Baat for Sushant. But soon after, she deleted her accounts. The family has yet not clarified why she deleted her Instagram and Twitter accounts.

 

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