On the demand of CBI, a team was formed under the chairmanship of Dr. Sudhir Gupta of the Forensic Department of AIIMS. This team went to Mumbai and not only did a thorough investigation of Sushant’s house, but also closely interrogated the team of doctors who did Sushant’s postmortem. This forensic team had investigated at Sushant’s house for 3 days and also recanted the crime scene 3 times. Sushant’s death in the postmortem was described as suicide, on the basis of which the Mumbai Police denied any conspiracy in the case.
The team will submit the investigation report of Visra
Dr Sudhir Gupta has said that Sushant Singh Rajput’s autopsy report can be submitted to the CBI by next week. He said that there will be a meeting of the Medical Board first and only then this team will give suggestions to the CBI team. However, he has refused to talk to the media about this investigation report as the matter is still under investigation. A forensic examination of this viscera will prove that Sushant committed suicide or there was a conspiracy behind it. According to sources, this meeting is to be held on Thursday and the CBI team has arrived in Delhi from Mumbai a day earlier.
Why this report is important for CBI
CBI is investigating the death of Sushant from every angle. Till now the CBI has only interrogated people related to Sushant in which contradictory statements have come out. It is believed that on the basis of this report, the CBI will pursue its investigation. If any conspiracy in Sushant’s death is denied in this forensic report, the CBI can file its closure report in the Sushant case in court.
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