Indian actor and anchor Shekhar Suman on Sunday expressed anguish over the delayed injustice for Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Shekhar took to twitter yesterday, one day ahead of Sushant's 6-month death anniversary and called out for justice on social media. He demanded closure into the investigation which is yet to bear any outcome.
Shekhar urged people to raise their voices and participate in the digital protest for the late actor. “Tomorrow it would be exactly half a year since SSR left this world and yet we await the final verdict. Who are the culprits? And why are we all still crying for justice? Is there any hope left? Tomorrow let’s each one of us unitedly raise our voices. #SSRDigitalProtest,” his twitter post read.
https://t.co/Bbh8Tq0oua wd be exactly half a year since SSR left dis world and yet we await d final verdict.Who r the culprits?N why r we all still crying 4 justice?Is there any hope left?Tom.let's each one of us unitedly raise our voices.#SSRDigitalProtest— Shekhar Suman (@shekharsuman7) December 13, 2020
In another post, Shekhar appealed to the media, activists, celebrities and influencers to extend their support and demand a closure since it has already been 6 months since SSR's sad demise.
“This is an appeal to all the news channels,newsprint,social media activists,to revisit Sushant’s case tomorrow and demand for justice bcoz ‘Justice delayed is justice denied’. The case needs a closure. It’s bin 6 Months. #SSRDigitalProtestTomorrow,” he said.
This is an appeal to all the news channels,newsprint,social media activists,to revisit Sushant's case tomorrow and demand for justice bcoz "Justice delayed is justice denied".The case needs a https://t.co/8cdOHtZvuf's bin 6 Months.#SSRDigitalProtestTomorrow— Shekhar Suman (@shekharsuman7) December 13, 2020
Meanwhile, Sushant Singh Rajput's sister Shweta Singh Kirti shared a post on Instagtam and introduced a new campaign for justice, #Oath4SSR on 14th Dec. "I pledge to fight for justice until we know the whole truth. May God guide us and show us the way #Oath4SSR, Shweta wrote
Sushant was found hanging in his Mumbai apartment on June 14. The investigation is still undergoing by Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)
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