August 05 : After Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar demanded CBI probe into Sushant Singh Rajput’s death on Tuesday, the latest development is that the forensic team may have failed to collect the finger swabs and nail clippings during the late actor’s autopsy.
Revealing this to Mid-Day, a forensic surgeon from a city medical college said that the finger swabs and nail clippings of the late actor was crucial evidences, which the forensic team may not have collected during the autopsy at Cooper hospital on June 14. He said that these evidences could have helped to give clarity about foul play in his death.
The forensic surgeon said that the swab and nail clippings could have indicated if dust particles from the ceiling fan were present on Sushant's fingers. This would have cleared the allegation of foul play. The team that conducted the autopsy on Sushant included a surgeon from the post-mortem department, who was working under police surgeon Dr SM Patil and four surgeons from the Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, HBT Medical College and Dr R N Cooper Municipal Hospital.
Meanwhile, Sushant Singh Rajput’s family lawyer Vikas Singh reportedly showed concern that neither any big property was bought nor any car was purchased, then where Rs 50 crore go from Sushant’s bank. He said this Rs 50 crore transaction needs to be investigated.
On Tuesday, after Sushant’s father gave his consent, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar recommended Sushant's case for CBI probe.
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