Fans want PM to talk about Sushant Singh Rajput's death in his address at 6
the Prime Minister has been flooded with requests from his fans to speak on various topics ranging from Sushant Singh Rajput's death to the coronavirus situation in the country to GST amnesty schemes to many other issues.
Speculations are rife after Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tweeted that he would address the nation at 6 pm on October 20.
"Will be sharing a message with my fellow citizens at 6 PM this evening," PM Modi tweeted from his Twitter handle @narendramodi
He has been flooded with requests from his fans to speak on various topics ranging from Sushant Singh Rajput's death to the coronavirus situation in the country to GST amnesty schemes to many other issues.
However, the majority of fans want him to speak about Sushant's death.
@TannuPriyah tweeted, "Dear @PMOIndia, you invited Sushant in the 2019 oath taking ceremony quoting "a Brilliant futuristic mind". Does his demise not affect you? Mann ki Baat or whichever platform, Please speak up sir. All eyes on you."
Another fan @keshav_42 tweets, "302....302....302....Today @narendramodi Ji Please Speaks for SSR at least... He was Youth of our country. When u want vote from Youth at that time u asked to him...Today, we need your Support for SSR Justice... What About CBI?? where are they??"
@priyankasaha094 also feels that justice hasn't been done in Sushant's case as she tweets, "Sir it's been 4 months, abhi bhi justice nehi mila kab milega sir aap jo bolo ham wo puri immandari se karte hai par sir is bar Folded hands Folded hands Folded hands Folded hands ham youth ka awaz suniye ssr or disha ko justice dilayia ,we all are full faith to you and aap kabhi umeed nehi todte Folded hands."
@Anna_ssrf tweets, "Culprits of Sushant are roaming freely. So much time passed by but still no 302 imposed, no custodial interrogation!!! We are waiting for his Justice and our justice in this fight!!! Please it's a request don't ignore our plea"
But some of PM's fans draw his attention towards other issues as well.
@cbalani tweets, "We, the PMC depositors are eagerly waiting to hear from you for a solution to our problem. Hope you make a valuable announcement for us. Wishing you and ourselves a happy Navratri!"