Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti deletes her social media accounts
Mumbai: Shweta Singh Kirti on Wednesday, four months after her brother Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, deleted all her Instagram, Twitter, and all social media accounts. Shweta’s both Instagram and Twitter handles aren’t visible, but so far nothing has been said about this by Shweta on her Facebook handle, which is still active.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s death on October 14 marked the four-month anniversary. It is speculated that, on this occasion, his sister Shweta Singh Kirti shared a throwback video and called him a “true inspiration”, before going off social media. Earlier, on Tuesday, Shweta urged Sushant’s fans to take part in a new campaign to keep the movement for justice, as they call it, alive in the Sushant Singh Rajput death probe.
Shweta took to Instagram and wrote, “This seems like a good opportunity to raise our voices for justice and truth #MannKiBaat4SSR We can stay united in this endeavor and show that the public is awaiting justice. I even want to thank my extended family to always stand by us. Much Love.” As per the campaign, fans will have to record and send their messages to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Mann Ki Baat online portal. In case, they will express their feelings on social media platforms, they can tag PMO and PM handles.”
According to sources, Rabta director made payment to Sushant in 2016. The ED had sought documents and other information related to Sushant’s signing amount from Vijan. Recently, the ED questioned Shruti Modi and Uday Singh Gauri over Sushant’s finances. Uday Singh Gauri had spoken to Sushant a day before his death. On the other hand, the ED in its investigation has not found any suspicious transaction against Rhea and others.