Majeed Memon: Sushant Singh Rajput was not as well-known throughout his lifetime as after dying

Mumbai, August 12

Nationalist Congress Party chief and senior legal lawyer Majeed Memon has known as out the media clamour across the dying of Sushant Singh Rajput, saying that publicising each minute improvement adversely impacts reality and justice.

Memon is being criticised by a piece of social media for his remark.

“Sushant was not as famous during his lifetime as he is after his death. The space in media he is occupying nowadays is perhaps more than our PM or President of US,” Memon wrote on his official Twitter deal with.

“When a crime is at investigation stage, secrecy has to be maintained. Publicising every development in the process of collecting vital evidence adversely affects the interest of truth and justice,” he added.

His tweets had been met with combined response, with many taking offence to his posts.

Reacting to the antagonistic response to his views, Memon wrote: “There is so much noise on my tweet on Sushant. Does it mean that Sushant was not popular during his lifetime or that he should not get justice? Certainly not. Misinterpretation should be avoided. The tweet does not in any way insults or belittle him.”

On June 14, Sushant was discovered lifeless in his flat in Mumbai, with police declaring his dying as suicide.

The late actor’s household subsequently lodged an FIR charging his actress girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and her household for abetment to suicide amongst different prices. IANS

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