Dr. Sudhir Gupta says Sushant Singh Rajput’s death was suicide
Actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death was not murdered it was a suicide said by Dr. Sudhir Gupta, who commenced the AIIMS panel re-evaluating the actor’s post-mortem report. Many, including Sushant’s family, had been provoking the Central Bureau of Investigation to begin a murder to investigate the case.
Sushant was found dead in his residence on 14th June 2020. His family has blamed Rhea Chakraborty insist him for his suicide and embezzled his funds. Rhea is presently in jail because of drug-related charges related to the cases.
According to the doctor, “Sushant death may be a case of suicide. The AIIMS doctors had submitted their findings to the CBI on September 29. He told ANI, “There were no injuries on the body aside from hanging. there have been no marks of great efforts/fights on the body and garments of the deceased.” He added, “The presence of any seductive material wasn’t detected by Bombay FSL and AIIMS toxicology lab. The entire examination of the ligature mark over the neck was compatible with hanging.”
NDTV said Sushant’s death was initially ruled a suicide by the Mumbai Police, in the presence of the case was appropriated by the CBI. The CBI is probably going to prolong its probe into “instigating to suicide”.
“So far, no witness has come up to prove it to be a case of murder. If during the course of the investigation, we get any witness, a murder indictment is going to be added.
For now, instigating to suicide and other charges within the FIR are being probed,” the report quoted a source as saying.
Vikas Singh, the lawyer representing Sushant’s father, had previously demanded that an AIIMS doctor had told him that the ligature marks on Sushant’s neck were according to strangulation. “AIIMS doctor told me that Sushant’s death was by strangulation,” he had said during a news conference.
Dr. Gupta had refused these claims and told Times Now that “No conclusion or conclusion opinion of homicide or suicide could be made by seeing ligature marks and scene of occurrence. It’s difficult for doctors and next to impossible for general people, needed solely internal link discretion and forensic interpretation.”
According to CNN-NEWS 18, Satish Maneshinde, the lawyer of Rhea, has said that he will wait for the CBI’s official report. “Truth can’t be changed,