Wed. Oct 28th, 2020
Ahead of Supreme Court verdict in Sushant Singh Rajput's case, sister Shweta Singh Kirti writes, 'lead us from darkness unto light'


New Delhi: Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti has shared a note saying “lead us from darkness unto light” ahead of the Supreme Court’s verdict irrespective of whether a CBI probe will be permitted in the actor’s death situation or not. The apex court will pronounce its verdict on a plea filed by actress Rhea Chakraborty who has sought transfer of an FIR, lodged towards her at Patna for allegedly abetting the suicide of Sushant, to Mumbai. The judgement is possible to come at all over eleven am.

“Lead Us from darkness unto LIGHT! Sharnagati #GlobalPrayers4SSR #Godiswithus,” Shweta posted.

The Centre had earlier informed Supreme Court that it has accepted the recommendation of Bihar government for CBI probe into the FIR lodged at Patna by Sushant’s father KK Singh. He has Rhea and 6 other individuals of many offences which includes abetment of suicide.

Sushant, 34, was observed hanging in his apartment in Mumbai on June 14. Police mentioned he died by suicide. The Mumbai Police has been probing the situation because then. Having said that, Sushant’s family members, good friend and quite a few of his followers have been pressing for a CBI investigation for a honest probe.

On Tuesday, Shweta had urged for an early determination from the Supreme Court in the pending hearing for a CBI probe into Sushant’s death situation. Shweta tweeted to say that the family members has been “hopeful and patiently waiting” for the determination. 

“Requesting for an early determination from the Supreme Court, we have been incredibly hopeful and have been patiently waiting. Every single minute of delay is resulting in discomfort and heartbreak. #CBIForSSR,” Shweta tweeted.

The FIR in Patna was registered by Sushant’s father towards Rhea Chakraborty and other individuals for alleged offences beneath many sections of the Indian Penal Code, which includes 306 (abetment of suicide), 341 (punishment for wrongful restraint), 342 (punishment for wrongful confinement), 380 (theft in dwelling household), 406 (punishment for criminal breach of believe in) and 420 (Cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of residence).



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