Demand for justice in Sushant Singh Rajput’s case echoes in Australia, sister shares pics of billboard demanding ‘CBI for SSR’

Shweta Singh Kirti, has shared pictures and video clips of a digital billboard calling for ‘#CBIforSSR’, in Melbourne, Australia.

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Actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister, Shweta Singh Kirti, has shared pictures and video clips of a digital billboard calling for ‘#CBIforSSR’, in Melbourne, Australia. The actor bid adieu to this world on 14 June’20.

Sharing the photos, Shweta wrote, “SSRians across Australia made it happen. 7 Billboards are up throughout the continent. Their abundant love for Sushant made this happen. These Billboards are definitely going to convey the strong message that the whole of Australia is standing with SSR. They really want their screams to be heard by the whole Judiciary System of India so that fair justice can be served to their dear Sushant”.

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SSRians across Australia made it happen. 7 Billboards are up through out the continent. 🙏🏼💕🙏🏼 Their abundant love for Sushant made this happen💗 These Billboards are definitely going to convey the strong message that the whole of Australia is standing with SSR. They really want their screams to be heard by the whole Judiciary System of India, so that fair justice can be served to their dear Sushant. #GlobalPrayersForSSR #JusticeforSushantSinghRajput #CBIForSSR #scmonitoredcbi4ssr🔥🔥 *****The Billboards are up at the following 7 locations 1) SOUTHBANK – 120 Clarendon St/Westgate Freeway. 2) WILLIAMS LANDING- Princess Highway. 3) WANTIRNA SOUTH – 384 Burwood Highway. 4) EPPING- Cooper St. 5) BENTLEIGH- 823 Nepean Highway 6) DERRIMUT- Western Freeway. 7) BAYSWATER- 158 Canterbury Rd.

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Shweta also disclosed that more than a million people joined the global prayer meet for the late star, and called the moment a ‘spiritual revolution’.

Shweta took to Twitter and Instagram to express gratitude towards the late actor’s fans and well-wishers across the globe for joining the prayer meet for her brother and shared a collage of pictures of the attendees.

“More than a million joining from all over the world to pray for Sushant. It’s a spiritual revolution and it is gaining momentum around the world, our prayers will not go unanswered,” she wrote, with hashtags: #GlobalPrayers4SSR, #CBIForSSR, #Godiswithus and #JusticeForSushant.