AIIMS forensic panel reportedly guidelines out homicide in Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise case&
- The AIIMS forensic panel has reportedly submitted its findings on the late actor’s demise
- According to Times Now, the panel has dominated out homicide and different theories of poisoning
- CBI is but to substantiate the AIIMS forensic report findings
While the NCB has diverted its search from probing the drug angle in Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise case to nabbing the drug cartel in Bollywood, the Central Board of Investigation is wanting into the alleged ‘suicide’ angle of the case. In the post-mortem report by the Mumbai Police, suicide was speculated, the allegations from Sushant’s household gave rise to fees of abetment.
The AIIMS Panel has now reportedly dominated out homicide and has submitted its findings to the CBI. The company is but to corroborate the findings and provides an outlined reply in regards to the case. According to Times Now, sources have acknowledged that CBI hasn’t confirmed the AIIMS report findings but. As per sources, the AIIMS panel has dismissed the theories of poisoning and strangling, which have been talked about by the late actor’s household lawyer.
Earlier, Sushant’s household lawyer Vikas Singh went on report to say that the late actor’s demise was by “strangulation and not suicide.” At that point, he acknowledged that the physician who was a part of the AIIMS panel advised him that the photographs despatched by him indicated strangulation.
Sushant’s household has accused the late actor’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty, her brother Showik Charkraboty, their mother and father, Sushant’s supervisor Shruti Modi and his former home supervisor Samuel Miranda of abetment to suicide.
While the CBI’s investigation is underway, the NCB had charged Rhea, her brother Showik, Samuel Miranda and Sushant’s prepare dinner Neeraj of procuring and consuming medication. Rhea and Showik have been in judicial custody for over 15 days.
Reports had earlier steered that the AIIMS forensic panel had not given clear chit to anybody and had discovered main errors within the post-mortem report which was submitted by the Mumbai Police.
The CBI has been lively ever since they took over the case after being given a go-ahead by the Supreme Court. Besides the CBI, the Enforcement Directorate can be probing the monetary angle within the case.