Doctors have dismissed “theories of poisoning and strangling” in the Sushant Singh Rajput death which has been confirmed as a suicide, reports NDTV. The actor was found dead on 14 June in his Mumbai apartment.
According to a source, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) office in Delhi rules out “theories of poisoning and strangling” alleged by Sushant’s family, and ruled out the possibility of murder.
On 28 September, it was reported that a panel of doctors from AIIMS was set to submit their findings to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). These findings were to be based on the re-evaluation of Sushant Singh Rajput’s post-mortem and viscera reports based on the 20% viscera sample available with them. The AIIMS panel, headed by Dr Sudhir Gupta, was constituted on the request of the CBI in August to study Sushant’s autopsy and viscera reports.
According to a report by ANI, Dr Sudhir Gupta, who is the chairman of the AIIMS panel, said that their conclusive report states that it is a case of hanging and death by suicide. The AIIMS report also states that there were no injuries over the body other than hanging, no marks of struggle or scuffle in the body and clothes of Sushant Singh Rajput.
The missing money saga
Rhea Chakraborty has been accused by Sushant Singh Rajput’s family of embezzling the late actor’s funds and abetment of suicide. The Enforcement Directorate has been trying to locate the alleged Rs 15 crore that Rhea has been accused of siphoning off. They say that the money might not have been paid to the Dil Bechara actor in the first place.
In an interview with Rajdeep Sardesai, Rhea had claimed that there were talks between writer-director Rumi Jaffery and producer Vashu Bhagnani about casting Sushant in a movie, reports India Today.
(With inputs from NDTV)
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