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Even after more than 65 days, the cause of Sushant's death is not known. Many theories are coming out after his death on 14 June. After Sushant's death, it was said that he was struggling with depression.
Reports said that Sushant was also undergoing treatment for depression for some time but his family and close friends refused to accept this. Swara Bhaskar has raised objections over Sushant's refusal to cope with depression.
He said in an interview to India Today, “I don't understand why people have trouble accepting that Sushant could have been depressed?” I was reading an article in which a person was saying that he did not seem depressed, what happened? How can anyone tell someone if they will be in depression or not? If someone is famous, it does not mean that things cannot go wrong. We as a society should pay more attention to mental health. '
Questions raised on media coverage
Earlier, Naseeruddin Shah had termed the media coverage on Sushant's death as inferior. In an interview to India Today, he had said, “The responsibility of investigation should be that of authority.” The coverage that is happening now is very poor. I don't see it I was very sad when Sushant died. I did not know him but his future was very bright. '
Swara agreed, saying, 'I agree with Nasir sir. How long have I been saying this too? You see the news run by social media and many media houses, the public is being fooled by showing many conspiracy theories there.
Swara supported Riya
Earlier in the Sushant case, Swara had come in support of Riya Chakraborty. He wrote on Twitter, 'Riya is the victim of a strange and dangerous media trial, which is being led by a mob. I hope that the honorable Supreme Court will take notice of this and stop those who spread fake news and make stories of conspiracies. Let the law be fixed. '
Rhea is being subjected to a bizarre & dangerous media trial fuel led by hugely problematic impulses of mob justice. I hope the Hon'ble #SupremeCourt will pay heed & take fake news spinners & conspiracy theorists like Repooplic, Poopindia & others to task. Let the law decide. https://t.co/P6ZJhw2ALw
– Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) August 10, 2020
Paving the way for CBI investigation
Meanwhile, dismissing Riya Chakraborty's petition, the Supreme Court on Monday handed over the investigation of Sushant case to the CBI. Riya had requested Sushant's father KK Singh to transfer the case lodged in Patna to Mumbai.
After the green signal from the Supreme Court, the CBI team can reach Mumbai on Thursday. First of all, she will take the report of the investigation done by the Mumbai Police so far. After this, the statement of 7 people made accused by the CBI in this case will be recorded one by one.