NEWS: The girlfriend of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, Rhea Chakraborty on Thursday, called on Home Minister Amit Shah to initiate a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) inquiry into his suicide. Her social media post expressed her need to understand the circumstances around her boyfriend’s death by suicide.
Previously, Rhea opened up sharing her tribute to her late boyfriend in an Instagram post saying that he made her believe in love on July 14, marking the one-month anniversary of Rajput’s suicide. She wrote, “You are the one who made me believe in love, the power of it. You taught me how a simple mathematical equation can decipher the meaning of life and I promise you that I learnt from you every day. I will never come to terms with you not being here anymore,” read an excerpt from her long, moving note.
Rhea Chakraborty to Home Minister Amit Shah
Taking to the social media account on Instagram, Sushant’s girlfriend captioned a photo of him, captioning her message to the Home Minister, “Respected @AmitShah sir, I’m Sushant Singh Rajput’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty. It is now over a month since his sudden demise. I have complete faith in the government, however in the interest of justice, I request you with folded hands to initiate a CBI enquiry into this matter.”
She ended her message explaining, “I only want to understand what pressures prompted Sushant to take this step. Yours sincerely Rhea Chakraborty #satyamevajayate”
Sushant was found hanging at his residence in Bandra, Mumbai on June 14 prompting a backlash against the Bollywood fraternity, accusing them of having a role in Rajput’s death. Chakraborty has not spoken out since the actor’s death taking this moment to also to admit to her relationship with Sushant. Quite recently the Mumbai police have been questioning Bollywood film producers and casting directors to link any foul play in the alleged suicide of Rajput on 14 June.
While the Home Minister of Maharashtra, Anil Deshmukh, also asked the Mumbai Police to look into various media reports to substantiate any link between Rajput’s suicide, his mental state and any professional rivalry.
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