Sushant Singh Rajput: Sushant Singh's father is not on Twitter, demanding CBI inquiry from fake Twitter account

Since the suicide of Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput, many politicians, actors have been demanding a CBI inquiry into the matter. There is a debate on social media about nepotism. Meanwhile, the posts of a Twitter account in the name of his father KK Singh are going viral on social media, in which the Sushant Singh Suicide Case has been asked to conduct a CBI inquiry and apply in the Supreme Court. However, it is now learned that Sushant’s father KK Singh does not have an account on Twitter and is a fake account, thereby sharing posts demanding a CBI probe.

According to a report by news agency PTI, sources close to Sushant’s family say that KK Singh is not on Twitter. Sources told PTI that ‘he (KK Singh) has denied having any account and appealed to the people who are spreading such illusions not to spread such things among the people. Sources said that the family has not issued any statement related to Sushant Singh Rajput after June 27, in which they announced an initiative to support aspiring talents in the fields of cinema, sports and science.

It is being told that the family has not shared any media interview or post on social media. Please tell that on the Twitter account created in the name of KK Singh, it is being said that the cry of his son is crying and the CBI is demanding a probe. They are going to the Supreme Court for a CBI inquiry. Apart from this, they are also running campaigns against Karan Johar gang and Salman Khan and many others.

Explain that Sushant Singh Rajput’s last film Dil Bechara is to be released on online platform on July 24. At the same time, Bollywood celebs are also promoting this film, while many celebs have uncovered many Bollywood-related secrets about the actor’s suicide. Also, celebs have also talked about polytics to be held in Bollywood.

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