AIIMS forensic chief reportedly expresses concern about Sushant’s post-mortem report&
The Central Bureau of Investigation started the probe in Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise case on August 21. The four-member workforce consulted AIIMS forensic chief Dr. Sudhir Gupta concerning the late actor’s post-mortem.
According to a report by Times Now, the forensic chief has raised concern over ‘no time stamp’ on Sushant’s post-mortem report. He additionally stated that the Mumbai Police ought to have taken one other session on the post-mortem report.
The CBI has reportedly expressed doubts about the best way the forensic proof was collected. Questions have additionally been raised on the conclusions by the forensic workforce that first concluded the post-mortem report.
It is being alleged that correct process was not performed through the late actor’s post-mortem. Further, it is being reported that Sushant’s cellphone and digital units weren’t despatched to the forensic lab on time. The forensic lab, nevertheless, was requested to verify the cellphone after 24 days, in keeping with the report.
Sushant, 34, handed away on June 14. The actor was discovered hanging at his Bandra condominium in Mumbai. While the Mumbai Police had began the investigation, issues took a distinct flip after Sushant’s father KK Singh filed an FIR in opposition to actress Rhea Chakraborty and 5 others. The actress was booked below sections 341 (punishment for wrongful restraint), 342 (punishment for wrongful confinement), 380 (theft in dwelling home), 406 (punishment for felony breach of belief), 420 (Cheating and dishonestly inducing supply of property) and 306 (abetment of suicide).
Now, a four-member CBI workforce is investigating the demise case. The workforce had visited Sushant’s flat in Mumbai and likewise recreated the scenes earlier than actor’s demise on June 14. Earlier today, advocate Vikas Singh, who’s representing Sushant’s household, stated that the CBI will summon actress Rhea as soon as their spadework is completed.