Sushant Singh Rajput's death case is currently being handled by the Central Bureau of Investigation, (after the Supreme Court ordered the Mumbai Police to handover the case to the (CBI) for investigation on August 19, 2020) and a Special Investigation Team (SIT) has been formed by the CBI.
The SIT is making sure to conduct their probe in all the possible angles related to the case which is getting complicated by the day.
As reported earlier, after the CBI started their investigation, they found certain loopholes in the autopsy report of the late actor that was submitted by the Cooper Hospital, Mumbai who conducted the initial post-mortem on Sushant. And after finding a lot of missing aspects the CBI approached the forensic department of the AIIMS and formed a team of four doctors for its medico-legal opinion in the case.
Now, as per fresh reports, the forensics sources investigating the demise of SSR has dismissed reports that are claiming that the murder angle has been ruled out.
According to a report in Republic, forensic sources have rubbished the reports claiming that the murder angle in actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case is ruled out and have also confirmed that they are checking out all the other reasons that could have possibly led to the actor losing his life.
In a recent development, the forensic sources investigating SSR’s death refuted reports that claim that the murder angle is ruled out and that only the suicide angle is being probed. The sources in the report dismissed all claims made in reports and suggested that they may be ‘planted’.
Speaking with the channel, earlier, AIIMS forensic HoD Dr. Sudhir Gupta, leading the forensic team investigating actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case said that the team will be looking into the possibility of a murder. He said, “We will look into the possibility of murder. However, all probable angles will be thoroughly examined.”
As per the report, the team will be evaluating the injury pattern on SSR’s body and correlate it with the circumstantial evidence found during his death.