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Disha Salian's Autopsy Rules Out Sexual Assault

There have been an array of theories linked to Salian's demise as well, further investigation was probed in her case too. And now, as per the latest report in Times Now, the autopsy report has now come to the news channel's access.

2020-08-08T14:37:00Z

Just like the case of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, the case of Disha Salian has also generated a lot of interest, mainly owing to her apparent connection with Rajput's death.

Recently, we reported the sequence of events on the night of her death which can be read here.

However, apart from that, there have been an array of theories linked to Salian's demise as well, further investigation was probed in her case too. And now, as per the latest report in Times Now, the autopsy report has now come to the news channel's access.

A report in the segment states that were no clothes on the mortal remains of her. However, the report has also ruled out any possibility of sexual assault. Another question that is being raised in Disha Salian's case is that why was the autopsy done two days after her death.

On the other hand, Disha Salian's father told India Today that the Mumbai Police showed him and explained to him all the reports. He was quoted saying, "As media has freedom of speech, we also have right of privacy, do not interfere in our life, please. I request you all, please. Police have explained to me. They showed whole case evidence, post mortem report. My daughter was never pregnant, she never got pregnant. Rape never happened, organs are clear."

While you might know about Rajput's passing away and the state of events, Salian died on June 8th apparently falling off the balcony of the 14th floor.

Keep reading this space for further updates.

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Cinesoda
Cinesoda 1 months ago How can a private document like an autopsy make it up news outlets? This gross and a lowlife move. Indian media should be probed and then slapped with tighter regulations. It’s behaviour is more like a vulture at a feast than proper reporting.
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