Shekhar Suman praises CBI for their trial on Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case

Shekhar Suman praised CBI for their work in Sushant Singh Rajput death case, while Rhea Chakraborty’s parents are summoned for questioning.

According to the latest developments in Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case, Rhea Chakraborty’s parents – Indrajit and Sandhya Chakraborty have been summoned by the CBI for questioning. Shekhar Suman, who has strongly been in support of a CBI probe from the very beginning has praised the investigating agency for their work.

In a conversation with ETimes, he said, “Now that the CBI has moved in, give them a fair chance to investigate. And if Rhea is innocent then let the CBI prove it. They are doing the job diligently. Unfortunately they have come like 70 days too late. So I think there is a bit of a spot in the sense that the evidence might’ve been obliterated or taken care of. So it’s going to be an uphill task for the CBI. And then from the locksmith to all the other characters who popped up later, why weren’t they interrogated before? What was the Mumbai police doing? So it’s not going to be easy for the CBI, but they’re on the right trail and they’re doing a fairly good job of it.”


Showing faith in CBI and ED, Shekhar Suman also hoped that Sushant’s family will soon get a closure. “The CBI has huge responsibilities on their head, but for the sake of his family, especially for a father who has lost a young son, I just hope that it gets a closure soon. My heart also tells me that if it was not meant to have a closure, this thing would have not have dragged on for so long. But I’m also sad for the fact that, in the name of just getting him justice, there are so many unwanted things that are happening. The case is getting scattered, it is going all over the place, in all directions.”

Strongly believing that Sushant did not commit suicide, but was murdered, Shekhar Suman added, “Only two things have to be concentrated on. Firstly if it’s a suicide, what prompted him to commit that suicide? If that is, though I still believe it’s a murder. And if it is a murder, who did it? or who are the people behind it? And all this drug angle, nepotism, money laundering, money, embezzlement, rave parties, all of that can happen along with it. But the concentration should be, the focal point should be, who murdered Sushant and why?”