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Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister advises fans on show support for SSR, initiates feeding drive

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Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti has suggested the late actor Sushant fans at the maximum pious way to reveal assist for him. She has initiated a feeding drive, after formerly beginning the plants for SSR and Flags for SSR campaigns.

Bollywood Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti has initiated any other social media force in his memory. On Tuesday, she took to Instagram to name upon Sushant’s fans to start a feeding force, and stated that it might be the excellent manner to honour him.

She wrote in her caption, When you feed the hungry, a number of appropriate karmas get generated. While you’re at it, have the purpose of #Justice4SSR for your hearts. Let’s #FeedFood4SSROct, one of the quality pious methods to expose support.” In the post, she directed human beings to feed hungry human beings and animals, and proportion photos on social media.

Previously, Shweta organised online campaigns such as a global prayer day, the Plants4SSR and the Flag4SSR movements.

Recently, she known as for Sushant’s fans to stay united as they watch for the Central Bureau of Investigation’s findings in his dying case. She wrote: (Dear SSRians, we’ve got an extended avenue to journey together. We are all right here for a common reason and this is to locate the truth – what took place to our cherished Sushant and get him justice. You all are own circle of relatives now and staying united and sturdy is name of the hour.)

Sushant died on June 14, in what has been dominated a suicide via way of means of the Mumbai Police. A panel of AIIMS medical doctors tasked with re-comparing the actor’s autopsy report unanimously concluded that he died via way of means of suicide, and debunked the homicide theory. Sushant’s girlfriend, Rhea Chakraborty was these days granted bail after spending almost a month in jail, on drugs-associated costs related to the case.

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