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Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead on June 14 at his home in Mumbai.
Sushant Singh Rajput’s visa report submitted to CIB The AIMS team did not find any poison in the visa, according to media reports. On August 21, a team of five AIIMS doctors led by Dr. Sudhir Gupta was formed to investigate Sushant’s autopsy report. The team was scheduled to submit the report on September 20, but it was delayed by eight days.
According to sources, the report did not give a clean chit to the doctors at Cooper Hospital in Mumbai who performed the postmortem on Sushant’s body. In fact, Sushant’s autopsy was done by the doctors of Cooper Hospital. Later the method was questioned. The report did not mention anything about Sushant’s throat marks. Not even the time of death was mentioned. Subsequently, the CBI decided to conduct an investigation into the AIIMS.
The report is based on only 20 percent of visas
Ames has produced a report to investigate the actor’s 20% visa, saying Mumbai police used 80% of the visas in his investigation. On June 14, Sushant’s body was found hanging with a fan in his Bandra flat.
Mumbai police investigation did not find any bad drama
About three months ago, the Mumbai police also released a visa report. Susanta’s viscera were given to Kalina Forensic Lab for testing after postmortem. The lab, in its report, denied that any suspicious chemicals or toxins were found in the body of the slain actor.