/AIIMS forensic panel rejects Sushant Singh Rajput murder allegations in reports submitted to CBI

AIIMS forensic panel rejects Sushant Singh Rajput murder allegations in reports submitted to CBI

Sushant Singh Rajput’s death was not a suicide and murder, the AIIMS forensic panel re-evaluated the actor’s post-mortem report, saying it was a suicide case and the murder angle was completely ruled out. The five-member panel called it a suicide case, denying the actor’s family and their lawyer’s allegations of poisoning and strangulation.

Sushant died on June 14 in his apartment. His family alleges that Emperor Rhea committed suicide and misused his funds.
The board discussed its results with the Central Bureau of Investigation, which is investing in the late actor’s death case.”No seductive substance was detected by the Bombay FSL and the AIIMS Toxicology Lab.

According to sources, the Central Bureau of Investigation is continuing its investigation from a suicide perspective. Motivation related to the suicide angle will also be investigated. All aspects of the CBI investigation are still open and if there is any evidence to prove otherwise, Section 302 of the IPC, which is alleged to be murder, will be included. However, the CBI has been investigating the case for 57 days and so far nothing has come of it. With forensic reports, it is now up to the investigating agency to take the case to its logical conclusion.

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