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Shweta Singh Kirti Visits Kedarnath to Honor Sushant Singh Rajput’s Memory

Fans all over the world were shocked to learn of Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely death in 2020. The actor had not committed suicide, according to his friends and fans who had grown close to him through his roles in movies. The scenario prompted the CBI to investigate after a revolution and a deluge of online demands for justice.

Shweta Singh Kirti, the late actor’s sister, frequently writes heartfelt social media messages about him as the struggle rages on. Ahead of the anniversary of his passing, she released a unique post once more, this time with a connection to Kedarnath.

Shweta Singh Kirti went to Kedarnath in order to feel closer to her departed brother. She uploaded images of herself and Sushant. “It is the first of June, and four years ago on the 14th of this month, we lost our dearest Sushant,” the post’s description said. We are still looking for explanations for what transpired on that terrible day.

Singh went on to say that she became emotional the moment she touched down in Kedarnath and sensed his presence.  “I came to Kedarnath to feel close to Bhai, to remember, and to pray.” It was a really emotional day; my eyes started to well up with emotions the moment I set foot in Kedarnath. After walking for a bit, I felt his presence all about me and finally had to sit down and cry my heart out. I was so tempted to give him a hug. I felt like he was still with me, inside of me, and living through me when I sat and meditated in the same spot that he had. “It seemed like he had never left,” the caption said.

Singh disclosed that she discovered a photo of his “bhai” shot in Kedarnath with a sadhu while looking through her phone. She shared the reference image with Sadhu when they met.

In April of this year, Shweta Singh Kirti launched an online campaign to demand justice for her brother’s murder. She declared, “Nany 4 SSR Jan Andolan.” She invited others to participate in the campaign by sharing the movie on social media, putting red ribbons around their wrists or foreheads, and requesting that the government pay tribute to the late actor.

Prior to this, in March, Shweta asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to look into the CBI’s inquiry into her actor brother’s murder in a video statement. 45 months have passed since her brother’s passing, and Shweta stated in her statement that they have not heard anything new from the authorities conducting the investigation.

Taushif Patel
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Taushif Patel is a Author and Entrepreneur with 20 years of media industry experience. He is the co-founder of Target Media and publisher of INSPIRING LEADERS Magazine, Director of Times Applaud Pvt. Ltd.

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