Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead on June 14 in his apartment in Bandra, Mumbai. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is probing the SSR’s death case along with 2 other federal agencies. The Enforcement Directorate is probing the money-laundering angle while the Narcotics Control Bureau is investigating the drug angle of the case.
CBI had taken help from AIIMS forensic team to figure out if Sushant’s death was a murder or if he died by suicide. The agency along with the team from AIIMS had also recreated the crime scene at the late actor’s residence. The AIIMS’ forensic team was re-evaluating the post-mortem report and testing the 20 percent viscera sample which was available.
The team submitted its report on Monday evening to the CBI so that the agency can further move ahead with its investigation after analyzing the report of AIIMS and the evidence CBI has had collected so far. However, the AIIMS forensic report suggests the possibility of murder and not suicide.
According to CNN News 18 report, the forensic report suggests the possibility of murder and not suicide as it is said that the ligature marks are not of suicide. The portal has revealed 5 massive scoops regarding SSR’s death case.
The first two revelations are that there’s a possibility of murder as the ligature marks around the late actor’s neck are not of suicide. The third and fourth thing that the portal stated in its report was that the Cooper Hospital where Sushant’s mortal remains were taken to didn’t follow the protocol as the post-mortem was conducted with less light and also no signs of poison have been found out in the forensic reports.
The last claim which the channel made in its report suggests that AIIMS findings are linked with the CBI probe which means that they are not ruling out any angle in this case.
As per reports, earlier it was stated that the actor died by suicide but his fans and family suspected it to be a murder. The family had also filed an FIR against Rhea Chakraborty and her family, making her the prime accused in the case.