Mumbai: Majeed Memon, a former Rajya Sabha (RS) member of the Nationalist Congress Social gathering (NCP), triggered a row on Wednesday, when he mentioned that the later actor Sushant Singh Rajput discovered extra fame after his dying by suicide than whereas he was alive.
He mentioned Rajput is grabbing the headlines greater than, maybe, Prime Minister Narendra Modi or US President Donald Trump.
The NCP rapidly distanced itself from Memon’s assertion and mentioned it was his private opinion. The celebration didn’t assist the assertion.
Memon additionally clarified that his assertion shouldn’t be misinterpreted, as he, too, sought justice for the late and fashionable actor.
“Rajput was not as well-known throughout his lifetime as he’s after his dying. The house within the media he’s occupying these days is, maybe, greater than our PM or President of US!” Memon mentioned in a collection of tweets on Wednesday afternoon.
“When a criminal offense is at an investigation stage, secrecy must be maintained. Publicising each improvement within the technique of amassing important proof adversely impacts the curiosity of fact and justice,” he additional tweeted, whereas criticising a piece of media for his or her disproportionate protection of Rajput’s dying.
“The assertion made by Majeed Memon on Twitter is his private opinion and never of the NCP. Our celebration doesn’t endorse or assist his assertion in any kind or method. He isn’t a spokesperson of the NCP, which have to be famous by all,” mentioned Nawab Malik, spokesperson, NCP, and the minister for minority affairs minister, Maharashtra.
“There’s a lot noise on my tweet on Rajput. Does it imply that Rajput was not fashionable throughout his lifetime or that he shouldn’t get justice? Actually not. Misinterpretation ought to be prevented. The tweet doesn’t in any manner insults or belittle him,” the ex-RS member clarified by means of one other tweet.
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is probing the dying of Rajput, who was discovered useless at his Bandra residence on June 14.