Majid Memon’s tweet on Sushant Singh Rajput, NCP brushed aside, BJP targeted

Mumbai: NCP leader Majid Memon said that actor Sushant Singh Rajput was not as famous during his lifetime as he was after his death. His party NCP disassociated himself from this remark by disagreeing with it, while the BJP has targeted Memon’s statement. Also Read – IAF raised objection to showing ‘negative’ image of Force in ‘Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl’, letter sent to censor board

The NCP said it was Memon’s personal opinion and not the party’s. Former Rajya Sabha member and prominent lawyer Memon also said that in the media these days there are reports of more late actors than Indian Prime Minister and US President. Also Read – SSR Case: People understand Riya Chakraborty’s mobile number, abuses young man, police complains

After the post of NCP Rajya Sabha member Majid Memon, social media started getting reactions, Memon said that his comments have not insulted the late actor in any way. Let me tell you that on June 14, 34-year-old Rajput was found hanging in his apartment in Bandra area. Also Read – Development failed in Bihar, then tried to cross electoral waters with the help of Sushant: Shiv Sena

At the same time, BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain said, Sushant Singh Rajput was a superstar, many of his films had played well in the country. Majid Memon said about him that Sushant was not so famous, then Sushant Singh Rajput was several lakh times more famous than Majid Memon. Such statement of NCP leader is unfortunate.

There is a tussle between the governments of Bihar and Maharashtra regarding the matter. Maharashtra is protesting that this case does not come under the jurisdiction of Bihar due to the death of the actor in Mumbai. The Mumbai Police has so far recorded statements of 56 people, including Rajput’s sisters, his friend and actress Riya Chakraborty and some other film personalities.

Memon tweeted, “Sushant was not as famous during his lifetime as he was after his death. The amount of news that is going on in the media these days is probably more than our Prime Minister or the President of America! ” Memon said that when a crime is being investigated, confidentiality has to be maintained. Making public every incident of the process of gathering important evidence adversely affects the interest of truth and justice.

On social media response to her post, Memon later said, “There is a lot of noise on my tweet on Sushant. Does this mean that Sushant was not popular during his lifetime or that he should not get justice? Definitely not. Misinterpretation should be avoided. He has not been insulted in any way or shown to be small in the tweet. ” Maharashtra minister and NCP national spokesperson Nawab Malik said Memon’s remarks do not reflect the party’s view and the party does not endorse or approve his statement in any way.

Malik tweeted, “Majid Memon’s statement on Twitter is his personal opinion, not NCP’s. Our party does not endorse or approve his statement in any way. He is not an NCP spokesperson, which everyone should pay attention to.

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