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BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy, who has been demanding justice from the outset in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case, has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He demanded that the Prime Minister review the AIIMS report. He further wrote that if the reply to the PM’s letter does not come, he can also go to court.
The husband shared the information on Twitter
The husband shared the details of the letter with the Prime Minister on Twitter. He wrote, “Reviewing the inquiry of Dr. Sudhir Gupta’s special committee into the autopsy of Sushant Singh Rajput, if the Prime Minister does not get an answer, I have the right to file a PIL. Articles 19 and 21 require me to know exactly how Sushant died.”
If I do not get a response to the review from the Prime Minister. In search of Sudhir Gupta’s special committee on Sushant Singh Rajput’s autopsy, I have the right to file a PIL. I have the right to know how I was deprived of SSR life under Articles 19 and 21 and for a speedy trial.
– Subramanian husband (@ husband 39) October 22, 2020
Earlier on October 12, Subramanian also questioned the death of her husband Sushant. He wrote in his tweet that the glass of orange juice that Sushant drank on the day of his death was not kept safe. Not surprisingly, the Mumbai police did not seal the apartment where the incident took place. On the other hand, it needs to be done in unnatural death.
Orange juice in the morning. Why weren’t the glasses from which SSR drank orange juice preserved? Not surprisingly, the Mumbai police did not seal his apartment as it is mandatory in case of unnatural death.
– Subramanian husband (@ husband 39) October 11, 2020
The Ames team reported the suicide
The AIIMS forensic team, led by Dr Sudhir Gupta, said in its final report that it was a clear-cut suicide. The murder has been dismissed in the report.
Sushant’s family is not satisfied with the report
Sushant’s family is not satisfied with the AIIMS report. The actor’s father’s lawyer Bikash Singh told a news channel that AIIMS doctors were going to give their views on TV channels, but the report was not released. He added that such statements by doctors in the media violated the ethical guidelines of the Medical Council. He called the AIIMS report corrupt.
Bikash Singh held a press conference a few days before the release of the forensic team’s report. Referring to a statement by the forensic team chief Dr Sudhir Gupta, he demanded a proper probe into the case by the CBI. Bikash Singh said that when I showed the picture of Sushant’s body to Dr. Gupta, he said that it was a case of 200 percent suffocation, not suicide.