AIIMS raised questions on the time of Sushant’s death, said this


New Delhi: The Forensic Department of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has submitted its report to the CBI in the case of the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. AIIMS has questioned the time of death not recorded in the autopsy report, as well as a light-lit post-mortem room at Cooper Hospital. Sources have given this information. According to the source, the actor died due to the consumption of something poisonous – this angle has also been rejected.

Report submitted to CBI
An AIIMS source said that the forensic board headed by Dr Sudhir Gupta submitted its conclusive report to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The source said that in this conclusive report presented in front of the agency, the doctors have also pointed to the light in the post-mortem room of Cooper Hospital.

Questions raised on Cooper Hospital
On the night of June 14, Sushant’s post-mortem was done by three doctors at Cooper Hospital. This source further said that while doctors have expressed concern about the uncertainty caused by an element found in the stomach of the actor, the report has also raised questions about the time of death not being recorded. However, the angle of death of the actor due to poison was completely rejected by the doctors.

CBI kept silence
The doctors noticed the things found in the stomach so that they could find out what Sushant had taken for dinner on the night of 13-14 June and what he had eaten for breakfast in the morning. Here, the CBI is still keeping silence on this report. Meanwhile, Dr Sudhir Gupta said in a statement that the Medical Board of AIIMS has given a very clear and final medico-legal opinion in this matter to the CBI. Nothing can be told about this report given to CBI and cannot be shared with anyone, as the matter is ‘under consideration’.


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