Wikipedia Updated Death of Sushant Singh Rajput Before His Suicide, Demand of CBI Investigation Intensified
Mumbai : It has been more than two weeks since the demise of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Everyone is shocked by his suicide. No one can believe that a vivacious actor took his own life. The question in everyone’s mind is why did Sushant take such a fatal step? Some people say that Sushant committed suicide due to nepotism and groupism in the film industry, while many believe that he has been a victim of conspiracy. Meanwhile, Sushant’s fans are making shocking claims about his Wikipedia page on social media. Fans are questioning how his Wikipedia page was updated before Sushant’s death?
How could this be possible.A person adding to his Wikipedia page that he died by suicide at 9.08 am.That means someone already knew it before his death that he will commit suicide..
There is something fishy..CBI needs to investigate..#AmitShahDoJusticeForSSR pic.twitter.com/xCNZY8ESR2
— Shruti Jain (@Shrutiiijain) June 29, 2020
Fans allege that Suicide information was updated on Sushant’s Wikipedia page around 9 am on June 14, while he did suicide after 10 pm. At the same time, some of the fans say that the official information came out after 1 pm, so how did the Wikipedia page get updated. Fans say that there is a big conspiracy hidden behind it.
Fans are also sharing the IP address through which the Wikipedia page was reportedly updated. Fans are demanding a CBI inquiry to find out the truth. However, after the controversy surfaced, the police have said to investigate. According to a report, the Mumbai Police has ordered an inquiry into the matter. The police have handed over the case to the cyber cell.
Sushant's mysterious death is very heart breaking. Mumbai police is calling it a suicide but there are many evidences that clearly show that it was a planned murder. @AmitShah request you to provide a cbi investigation.#AmitShahDoJusticeForSSR pic.twitter.com/VxZFK5S7CY
— #JusticeForSushantSinghRajput (@BasChillMaar) June 29, 2020