Journalist at ThePrint labeled the Family culture of Bihar as "toxic" Sushant Suicide Case.
Ever Since the central government agencies ED and CBI have started investigating and interrogating the Rhea Chakroborty in the suicide case of Sushant Singh Rajput. a number of articles and statements, by senior journalists and big media houses, have surfaced apparently to defend the Rhea Chakroborty possibly to avoid CBI investigation.
But journalist Jyoti Yadav of ThePrint has gone one step further and put the whole blame on Sushant Singh's family and labeled the family culture of Bihar as "toxic". As per the opinion, Sushant was under the burden of being a "Shravan Kumar" and questions the family of Sushant for blaming Rhea Chakraborty.
Apparently, all such articles are appearing only after ED and CBI came into the picture before this everything was ok. The actions of Mumbai Police came under questions on several occasions especially when IPS, Vinay Tiwari was allegedly sent of forced quarantine. DGP, Bihar has said that Mumbai Police is not co-operating. However, The Home Minister of the Maharastra government has denied any foul play and is against the CBI inquiry. He has also gone to the Supreme Court against the decision of CBI inquiry in this case.
Now question is, why someone will call a grief-stricken family as toxic? Apparently the only fault of the Sushant family is that they are demanding a fair inquiry by CBI. Considering so many controversies around the case including the questionable actions of the Mumbai Police demanding CBI inquiry does not seem inappropriate. Some people are in the belief that such negative reporting is an attempt to safeguard the big names.