Post SC’s Order For CBI Enquiry In SSR’s Death, Celebs Took To Social Media To Celebrate The Victory

Check out the reactions of these Bollywood celebs for CBI enquiry into SSR's death

Celebs Akshay Kumar, Kangana Ranaut, Kriti Sanon and others warmly welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision to let CBI investigate actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. Numerous Bollywood actors had joined the growing social media bandwagon in the recent days for a CBI probe into the actor’s death.
“May the truth always prevail,” actor Akshay Kumar tweeted.

Congratulating “SSR warriors”, actor Kangana Ranaut said she felt “such strong force of collective consciousness” for the first time.

“Supreme Court’s order for CBI investigation of Sushant’s case is a ray of hope that the truth will finally shine,” actor Kriti Sanon wrote on Twitter and Instagram Stories.

“Lauding the Supreme Court in this decision. The power of prayers and so many wishes manifesting never ceases to amaze me. Hope the truth comes out soon; for the sake of his family, fans, and above all, for his soul to rest in peace Folded hands may justice prevail,” Shilpa Shetty tweeted.

Veteran actor Shekhar Suman called the vertict “a victory of justice, faith, hope and democracy”.

The top court today asked the Mumbai police to submit all evidences gathered so far to the investigating agency. The court also stated the FIR registered in Bihar based on the complaint filed by Sushant Singh’s father was correct and Bihar showed competence enough to ask the CBI to investigate the case.

Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Mumbai apartment on June 14. Ex-flame Ankita Lokhande, who too had demanded a CBI probe into his death, tweeted, “Justice is the truth in action. Truth wins.”

Minutes after the Supreme Court order, Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti, who had been campaigning for a CBI investigation, tweeted: “Thank you God! You have answered our prayers!! But it is just the beginning… the first step towards the truth! Full faith on CBI!!”

The Supreme Court went on to further add that the Mumbai police had registered only an accidental death report, which had limited investigation powers. The Bihar police, however, registered a “full-fledged FIR” which already stands referred to the CBI, the court said. If any other case was registered in connection with Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, it would also be looked intoce by the CBI, the top court said.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Privacy Policy