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Shekhar Suman on Sushant Singh Rajput death case: Confidentiality, scepticism has increased, credibility has diminished

Shekhar Suman spoke at length about the ongoing Sushant Singh Rajput death case.

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Shekhar Suman on Sushant Singh Rajput death case: Confidentiality, scepticism has increased, credibility has diminished
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After Sushant Singh Rajput's death, actor Shekhar Suman has been seeking justice for the late actor. He also started a campaign 'Justice for Sushant' after his untimely death. Now during an interaction with Zee News, Shekhar spoke at length about the ongoing case which has now been taken over by Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). He said that 'confidentiality, scepticism has increased and credibility has diminished'.

Shekhar told the portal, "I feel strange because from where it all started to what it is today, there have been various additions, new angles coming to fore every day. It seems to me that in the last 70 days the confidentiality, scepticism has increased and credibility has diminished."

He added, "And that is because the story started with Nepotism, Gangism, then came Depression, Bipolar theory, to double murder, money laundering, Mumbai Police, Bihar Police, Supreme Court, personal agenda and now drugs. It looks like there is someone who is helming the narrative and sitting on the driver's seat changing the plot the way he wants and...we are going the same way."

Shekhar went on to share about seeking justice for Sushant. He said, "We should be looking to find out the main culprits and ensure Sushant gets justice. I started 'Justice for Sushant' from June 15 itself because I suspect foul play and believe it is not a suicide. Drug cartel, money laundering are separate issues which must be probed but I feel someone is trying to mislead the investigation by shifting the focus from the main issue of finding the truth."

The Dekh Bhai Dekh actor added, "Now look today it has become a battle between the news channels. People are pointing fingers at each other, which is not right. There is no need to make it sensational. This is a very emotional and serious subject."

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