Shekhar Suman once again drew attention to Sushant Singh Rajput case, said- 'Let the dragons die ...'

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Ever since the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, an angle of drugs has surfaced. Since then Sushant's case has faded a bit. The CBI also appears to be in abeyance as soon as the NCB investigation begins. Because of which it seems as if attention is being diverted from this matter. At the same time, actor Shekhar Suman has once again caught the attention of the people.


Riya Chakraborty and her brother Shouvik Chakraborty have been arrested after the drug angle surfaced in Sushant's death. In this case, many big names are coming out from Bollywood. Everyone's attention is on these big names at this time. Meanwhile, the case of Sushant Singh Rajput's death has been lost somewhere, in view of which Shekhar Suman has now raised many questions.


Shekhar Suman has made a tweet through his official Twitter account. In this tweet, Shekhar wrote, 'Let the dragons die, take them out of the country or put them in jail, it doesn't matter to us. But we have to make a difference as to who killed Sushant Singh Rajput and why. Where are the witnesses associated with this case, Pithani, Neeraj, Samuel, Khatri, Cook, locksmith, ambulance, masked girl, and the entire gang?


Shekhar Suman has been demanding justice for him ever since the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Initially, Sushant's family did not even talk about it. Even then Shekhar Suman stood alone in the fight for justice. He even went to Bihar to meet Sushant's family.

Significantly, Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead on June 14 at his flat in Bandra, Mumbai. The initial investigation was carried out by the Mumbai Police after Sushant's death. But due to negligence in the investigation of Mumbai Police, Sushant's family had filed an FIR against actress Riya Chakraborty in Bihar. After this, this matter appeared to be getting bigger. At the same time, the CBI, NCB, and ED are being investigated by the three agencies of the Center, but nothing has been revealed so far.