The AIIMS forensic panel, established to profit the Central Bureau of Analysis (CBI) within the medical analysis in to the dying situation of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, has eliminated murder claims in the findings posted towards the probe agency.
The 5-member team has known as it a situation of suicide, rejecting the claims of poisoning and strangling produced by the actor’s family as well as their lawyer.
The CBI, that is probing Rajput’s dying situation, is yet to verify AIIMS findings, Occasions Now’s sources stated. The central probe agency required within the analysis from Bihar Police after actor’s father KK Singh filed an abetment to suicide situation in Patna against Rajput’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty and her family.
The medical board of AIIMS forensic experts, headed by Dr Sudhir Gupta, was placed in August to consider the medical files associated with Rajput’s dying and focus the autopsy and viscera reports.
The special team was constituted following the CBI contacted the Delhi’s esteemed hospital seeking a specialist medical opinion within the analysis in to the situation.
The medical team chief on Thursday stated they have given a conclusive medico-legal opinion within the dying from the actor towards the CBI and they both were around the “same page” within the matter.
Also, he requested media to avoid talking about AIIMS’ name in almost any news content among several reports concerning the items in the medico-legal opinion.
Sushant family lawyer’s strangulation claim
Vikas Singh, the attorney of Rajput’s father, had lately claimed that the physician, who had been an element of the AIIMS team, had told him “long back” that late actor’s photos indicated it had become allegedly dying by strangulation, not suicide.
“Getting annoyed by the delay in CBI going for a decision to transform abetment to suicide to Murder of SSR. The Physician who belongs to the AIIMS team had explained lengthy back the photos sent by me indicated 200% it’s dying by strangulation and never suicide,” Singh had stated inside a tweet.
However, the AIIMS panel chief stated the medical board’s opinion is going to be “obvious and conclusive according to evidence”. “No conclusion or conclusive opinion of homicide or suicide might be produced by seeing ligature marks and scene of occurrence,” he’d stated.
The 34-year-old actor was discovered hanging at his apartment in Bandra in Mumbai on June 14.