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On June 14, Sushant's body was found hanging in the Bandra flat, at that time there were four people.
- AIIMS panel of doctors will hold final meeting regarding viscera report today
- Samuel Miranda, Dipesh Sawant and Abdul Basit move court regarding bail
AIIMS's viscera report in the case of actor Sushant Singh Rajput's death may come on Friday, after which it will be decided whether the actor has committed suicide or is murdered. A panel of doctors of AIIMS will hold a final meeting regarding the report. The Bombay High Court has deferred hearing till September 29 on the bail plea of Samuel Miranda, Deepesh Sawant and Basit Parihar, arrested in a drug case involving the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Let us know that on September 4, Shaukvik Chakraborty and Samuel Miranda were arrested by the NCB in the drug case.
Report made on the basis of only 20 percent viscera
The viscera report would clarify whether Sushant was poisoned or not. Earlier, Kalina Forensics in its report had called the Visra report negative. Let me tell you, this report coming back has been prepared on the investigation of 20 percent viscera of the actor. Because the Mumbai Police had used 80% viscera of Sushant in his investigation.
AIIMS expert told to examine every angle
Dr. Sudhir Gupta, the head of the forensic department of AIIMS, who is heading the inquiry panel in this case, said a few days ago, "We will do this entire investigation from all possible angles apart from murder." He had said, our team will analyze the pattern of injury on Rajput's body and mix them with circumstantial evidence. He had said, "The protected viscera will be examined and those given to the anti-depressant Rajput will also be analyzed in the AIIMS laboratory."
The forensic expert was surprised to spoil the crime scene
The CBI had approached the forensic department of AIIMS for a medico-legal opinion. While talking to Republic TV, Dr. Sudhir Gupta was surprised at the way the crime scene was spoiled. Dr. Gupta had said that the status quo of the crime scene was not maintained and was completely ruined. Which may have made the place unsuitable for investigating forensic evidence.
CBI SIT will also report
Apart from this, Special Investigation Team of CBI which includes Nupur Prasad, Anil Yadav. They too have left for Delhi to report to their seniors. These two officers will also submit their brief investigation report so that they can get further leads in the case. The CBI team will also give details of whatever evidence has been collected and recorded the statements since August 22.
NCB caught 5 more people in drugs case
The action of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) is continuing in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput's death. On Thursday, the NCB raided different locations in Mumbai and detained 5 people. At present, all are being questioned in the NCB office. Sources say that a large quantity of drugs has been recovered by the NCB in this raid. More information on this bar can be officially revealed today.