‘No newcomer ought to undergo such torture’, says Minister Jitendra Awhad looking for detailed investigation in Sushant Singh Rajput’s dying  : Bollywood Information



Maharashtra Housing Minister Jitendra Awhad has sought an in depth investigation into the dying of Sushant Singh Rajput. The actor died by suicide on June 14. His dying has led to a powerful debate on nepotism and whether or not it had a job to play within the actor’s dying. 

‘No newcomer should go through such torture’, says Minister Jitendra Awhad seeking detailed investigation in Sushant Singh Rajput’s death 

Awhad took to Twitter to boost questions on whether or not Sushant was blacklisted by the biggies of the movie trade. “In my private capability I feel {that a} detailed enquiry needs to be achieved in #SushantSinghRajput suicide case. We’ve got misplaced a upcoming proficient actor who got here from Patna to make place for himself in #Bollywood. The cartel story is frightening and no newcomer ought to go via such torture,” he wrote.

“I am personally assembly residence minister @AnilDeshmukhNCP and demanding a enquiry and the reality ought to b in public area. We’re his films stopped ? We’re his films banned? Was he forcibly faraway from sure films ? Many such questions are doing rounds and resulting in suspicion,” he added in one other tweet.

In the meantime, Maharashtra House Minister in an earlier tweet had stated that the Mumbai Police will examine the skilled rivalry as there have been allegations that Sushant was affected by scientific melancholy as a consequence of work.

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