Karni Sena chief demands CBI probe in Sushant Singh Rajput death case, threatens of violent protests

Kai Po Che actor Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide on June 14 in his Bandra residence in Mumbai. The actor’s death ignited various debates and speculations. The investigation unveiled that Sushant was undergoing depression for the past few months and had visited over three psychologists.

Many political leaders have stood up in the case voicing their concern. One of such political leaders is Shree Rashtriya Rajput Karni Sena’s chief, Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi. The leader has came forward and have stated the late actor’s death was not a suicide. He further disclosed that his organization is going to protest and block all national highways in the country, if the government authorities do not initiate a CBI inquiry into the case.

The Karni Sena has urged the authorities for a CBI inquiry into Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case. Demanding the inquiry, a few members of the Karni Sena stated that if the government fails to meet their demands the organisation will be staging a violent protest and will block all the national highways in the country.

Gogamedi, while speaking about the case, claimed that Sushant’s ‘alleged murder’ was pre-mediated by the Bollywood gangs that ‘allegedly function’ at the underworld’s mercy.

Further, Gogamedi accused some, with names, in the Bollywood of blocking the new talent to emerge in the industry. He also added that he had met Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh to discuss the CBI probe into Sushant’s death. The members of the organisation have also visited Sushant’s family in Bihar as well.

Earlier, BSP chief Mayawati had also demanded a CBI probe into Sushant’s death case. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court has dismissed a plea for CBI investigation in Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide case. Sharad Arvind Bobde,Chief Justice of India has asked the petitioner, Alka Priya to approach the Bombay High Court if she had something concrete in the case.

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