AIIMS Report Rules Out Murder Thories in Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case – Report

As per media reports, sources have revealed that AIIMS in its report has ruled out the theories of poisoning and strangling in Sushant Singh Rajput's death case.
AIIMS Rules Out Murder Thories in Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case - Report

Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead on June 14 in his apartment in Bandra, Mumbai. Earlier it was stated that Sushant had died by suicide but the after the late actor’s family and fans raised doubts, the Central Bureau of Investigation started the probe to find out the truth.

After Mumbai and Bihar police’s probe, Supreme Court handed over the case to CBI on August 19. Ever since then, CBI along with 2 other federal agencies is probing the SSR’s case to rule out the cause of his death. CBI had recreated a crime scene at Sushant’s residence with AIIMS forensic team to dig deep into details. AIIMS forensic team also helped in re-evaluating the late actor’s post-mortem report and viscera sample.

The AIIMS forensic team submitted its report on Monday evening to the CBI, to corroborate its evidence with the report and rule out the final result. However, as per media reports, sources have revealed that AIIMS in its report has ruled out the theories of poisoning and strangling which were floated by Sushant’s family and their lawyer.

According to reports, CBI will be investigating the SSR’s death case with the original charge of ‘abetment to suicide’. The reports also suggest that the AIIMS panel has completed its examination and closed the file after giving a conclusive medico-legal opinion in the case.

As per media reports, sources from the agency have revealed that all aspects are being looked into including the murder angle. Although there’s no evidence to prove it to be a case of murder, so far. But if during the probe, they find any evidence of murder, the charge will be added. However, for now, abetment to suicide and other charges in the FIR is being looked into.