In Sushant Singh Rajput‘s death case, 3 Federal agencies are probing the death case to find out the reason behind the late actor’s death. Initially, Mumbai police were probing the case, but after Rhea Chakraborty‘s petition to transfer the case to Mumbai police from Bihar police, the Supreme Court handed over the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) instead.
The case was handed over to the CBI on August 19 by the apex court and right after the order was produced, the agency started its investigation on the case. Along with CBI, Enforcement Directorate and the Narcotics Control Bureau are also probing the case currently.
However, CBI is investigating the case to find out if SSR’s death was a foul play or suicide. The agency had taken help from the forensic team of AIIMS to find the deep details of the case from Sushant’s post mortem report and viscera sample which was available. The CBI also recreated the crime scene at Sushant’s residence along with AIIMS forensic team.
The AIIMS team was supposed to re-evaluate the post mortem report and the viscera sample to rule out if it was a murder or suicide. The forensic reports of the late actor were much awaited in the SSR’s death case and as per India Today’s report, on Monday evening the team of AIIMS has submitted its report to the CBI.
As per the report, only a 20% viscera sample was available for the team to dig out what actually happened, and earlier it has also been stated in reports that the post-mortem report of the late actor was made in a hurry and few things were missing from the report.
The report is now being analyzed along with other pieces of evidence by the CBI to rule out if SSR was killed or he hanged himself and died by suicide.
As per the portal’s report, the report which is submitted today by the AIIMS is ‘conclusive finding’ and CBI will take a final call only after going through the evidence it has collected so far through the probe.