BH CORRESPONDENT, Patna: With Bihar going into polls in the months of October-November, the BJP has launched a campaign in the state seeking justice for late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The party has released poster which has the photo of Sushant with a slogan, “Na bhoole hain, na bhulne denge (we have neither forgotten, nor will we let anyone forget). But then, the poster has invited criticism from the opposition.
BJP, however, insists that the poster has nothing to do with the upcoming State Legislative Assembly.
BJP’s Bihar state convenor Varun Singh told Times of India that the poster was part of their campaign to seek justice for SSR.
The RJD slammed the saffron party for politicising the issue. “Kisi ki lash par rajneeti nahi honi chahiye. (Nobody should play politics over someone’s dead body),” the Times of India quotes RJD spokesperson Mritunjay Tiwari as saying.
Tiwari also claimed that RJD leader Tejasvi Yadav was the first to demand a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation into the actor’s death.