Patna, August 11
Bihar BJP MLA Neeraj Kumar Singh alias Bablu, a detailed relative of Sushant Singh Rajput, on Monday lashed out at Sanjay Raut for making controversial remarks in regards to the deceased actor’s household, particularly his bereaved father, and threatened to sue the Shiv Sena MP for defamation.
Bablu, who had accompanied Rajputs household to Mumbai for performing the final rites after the 34-year-old was discovered lifeless at his Bandra residence on June 14, was left fuming by a bit written by Raut for “Saamna”, the Shiv Senas mouthpiece, and the Rajya Sabha members refusal to again down.
In the piece, Raut had alleged that the actor whose suicide is now being probed by the CBI had been anguished over the “second marriage” of his father and didn’t have cordial relations along with his household, hinting that this may need brought on him psychological misery and pushed him to suicide on the pinnacle of his profession.
Sources near the actors household deny that his father Okay Okay Singh, an FIR lodged by whom at Rajiv Nagar police station in Patna had triggered a tug of struggle between the dispensations in Bihar and Maharashtra, had tied the knot once more after his mom died in 2002.
When requested for feedback, Bablu, who has been the one member of the household to talk on the difficulty, the daddy selecting to take care of a stoic silence and elder sisters often sharing their ideas on the social media, hit the roof.
“I had a good impression of Sanjay Raut. But his cheap (phoohad) comments have left me disgusted. I would like to warn him that he should refrain him from talking such nonsense. Else I may consider slapping him with a case of defamation”, stated the MLA.
“He should be ashamed of using such language against an elderly person, that too who has been devastated by a tragedy”, stated Bablu referring to his 74 years outdated bereaved uncle, who has accused actress Rhea Chakraborty and her relations of abetting his sons suicide, subjecting him to psychological torture and dishonest him financially.
The father made a request for handing over the matter to the CBI when Maharashtra governments insistence that Bihar had “no jurisdiction” within the matter led to a stalemate and issues got here to a flashpoint with a younger IPS officer from Patna, who went to Mumbai for heading the investigation, was forcibly quarantined by municipal authorities there.
The Centre promptly gave its assent to the advice for a CBI probe despatched by the Nitish Kumar authorities, leaving the Shiv Sena, which heads the ruling coalition in Maharashtra, deeply aggravated.
Meanwhile, the controversial remarks by Raut, whose partys president Uddhav Thackeray is the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, drew condemnation from political circles in Bihar slicing throughout celebration strains.
While JD(U) chief Sanjay Singh, predictably, rubbished Raut’s remarks and referred to as him “mentally sick” (maansik roop se bimar), the opposition RJD, however its alliance with the Congress which shares energy in Maharashtra, accused the western state of making an attempt to derail the investigation.
“It has been the Maharashtra governments attitude, since the very beginning, to divert the attention and thereby derail the investigation. The Shiv Sena leaders latest gimmicks are just another attempt in the same direction”, stated senior RJD chief Jayaprakash Narayan Yadav. PTI