Sushant Singh Rajput case: AIIMS to submit a conclusive report on the actor’s death to CBI on September 22 - Times of India

Following the theories of injustice in the continuous Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had looked for help from the scientific group of AIIMS. The group which had been reconsidering Sushant’s after death report will present an indisputable report on the equivalent to the CBI soon.

As indicated by a report in Times Now, the AIIMS group of specialists is probably going to present a definitive report on September 22 to the CBI. Their report will ideally get some clearness the case.

The report likewise included that the (*******’s) viscera test was not safeguarded appropriately. Till late Friday evening, the viscera, which holds the key in learning the reason for death of Sushant Singh Rajput, was being tried at the measurable branch of AIIMS in New Delhi.

As per a report in ANI, a source from AIIMS told the news organization that the viscera has deteriorated. It makes compound and toxicological investigation truly troublesome. While a few news sources have scrutinized the Mumbai Police’s stand that the actor had kicked the bucket by self destruction, the viscera examination would now be able to disentangle the puzzle covering the (*******’s) death.

To affirm if Sushant passed on of suspected harming or medication overdose, the viscera examination has become the most critical test for the CBI in its medico-legitimate examination concerning the death of the Bollywood star.

Sushant was discovered dead in his Mumbai loft on June 14 in baffling conditions.