Sushant Singh Rajput’s seven-page post-mortem report accessed&
After the unlucky demise of Sushant Singh Rajput, there was a flood of claims and allegations in gentle of his relationship with some B-town celebs. Along with that, there have been a number of theories that took spherical. However, with the case been transferred to CBI by the Supreme Court, Sushant Singh Rajput’s household and well-wishers await nothing however the fact.
Times Now accessed the entire post-mortem report of Sushant Singh Rajput and mirrored on what meals Sushant consumed that day, dismissing the false claims that have been made. Dr Dinesh Rao, a forensic knowledgeable decoded that because the physique exhibits no exterior damage and no marks on the neck, one could rule out the opportunity of forcible hanging.
Apart from this Dr Rao mentioned that nobody apart from Sushant Singh Rajput’s shut members of the family was current contained in the morgue. He made this comment on being requested concerning the questions which have been raised over Rhea Chakraborty coming into the morgue with out authorisation. Another level that Rao raised was on the bizarre and unlucky absence of time of dying within the seven-page post-mortem report.
Meanwhile, with a view to give higher insights into medico-legal opinion on Sushant’ ongoing dying case, AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences) shall be given all of the stories collected by CBI. Dr Sudhir Gupta, head of forensic division, AIIMS, mentioned “CBI is collecting all the reports related to SSR case and they will submit it very soon. We will analyse the injury pattern on the body, correlate with circumstantial evidence. We will also examine other trace evidence preserved at the time of autopsy to differentiate between hanging and murder allegations”, quoted as saying by ANI.
The ongoing dying case has been transferred to CBI by the Supreme Court as talked about earlier. The courtroom has additionally ordered Mumbai Police to submit all of the proof collected to date to CBI for additional investigation.