Jiah Khan’s mother Rabia Khan took to her social media and penned down a long note demanding a CBI investigation in the death of Sushant Singh Rajput.
“I have never felt so helpless defenseless and unhappy after seeing Sushantsingh being killed in the same way as Jiah Khan. Both Jiah and Sushant were First Bombarded with fake love by demonstrations of attention and affection. When both were successfully trapped by their narcissistic psychopathic gaslighting partners, then both were physically hurt and abused.”
“They both were sponged for their money and isolated from their family and loved ones. Both Jiah and Sushant were declared mentally disabled and depressed due to a lack of work. When their control was slipping, their partners strangulated them and staged their homicidal death as suicide,”
She added “The criminal Narcissistic Criminal Partners of Jiah Khan and Sushant Singh were connected with powerful Bollywood mafia and politician. So they took shelter under their umbrella because they know only these politicians and Bollywood mafia icons have the power to crack their criminal behavior. The political pressure on Police held them from bringing the Truth Out.”
she continued, “They indulged their full time to destroy evidence and declared the homicidal deaths of both Jiah and Sushant as suicide. To support their fabricated stories, police seek help from Bollywood mafia & their syndicate media who anchor Mahesh Bhatt as a mouthpiece to endorse their concocted depression story,”
Rabia Khan concluded said, “To create doubt in public, these criminals and their cabal, attack victims’ families with accusations, allegations, greed for money, irresponsible nurturing and scandalize by maligning their personal reputation. CBI needs to intervene thoroughly and bring these perpetrators to justice by punishing them otherwise they will grow to be monstrous, then multiply their evil deeds to kill more innocent souls.”
“These victims don’t suffer by accident, they suffer because the politicians, police and Bollywood mafia cabal protect them, shelter them, and make victims’ families live in the bondage of fear. Such crimes should end,”