September 29 : The All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), which was examining Sushant Singh Rajput’s cause of death, and analysing the post-mortem and viscera reports, submitted its report to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday evening. While the agency has not yet released an official statement, a Times Now report revealed details of the AIIMS forensic report.
According to the Times Now report, no trace of organic poison was found in Sushant’s body. However, AIIMS has not completed examining the Cooper Hospital autopsy report.
While commenting on the forensic report, chairman of AIIMS’ Forensic Medical Board, Dr Sudhir Gupta said, “AIIMS and the CBI are in agreement on the Sushant Singh Rajput death case but more deliberations are needed. There is a need to look into some legal aspects for a logical legal conclusion in due course of time. It will be totally conclusive.”
Times Now has also reported that CBI will progress with the investigation of abetment of suicide. It suggested that AIIMS has pointed out a few lapses in the autopsy carried out by Cooper Hospital. One such lapse is that, there was not enough light in the room where the autopsy was carried out.
In a statement on Monday, CBI said it was conducting a “professional investigation” where “all aspects are being looked at and no aspect has been ruled out”. Last week, Sushant Singh Rajput's family's lawyer Vikas Singh had tweeted saying that a doctor who is part of the AIIMS team had told him that the photos sent by him indicated 200% that it's death by strangulation and not suicide. He had claimed that the doctor, who was a part of the AIIMS panel, had shared the findings with him. Following his claims, Dr Sudhir Gupta responded and said that the panel's opinion will be “clear and conclusive based on evidence”. “No conclusive opinion could be made just by seeing pictures,” Dr Gupta had said.
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