According to the AIIMS forensic report, no poison was found in Sushant Singh Rajput’s viscera

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The AIIMS forensic team has submitted a report to the CBI in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. Sushant Singh Rajput’s visa report did not reveal the poison. The TV channel Aaj Tak today claimed in a report that no poison was found in Sushant Singh Rajput’s viscera. According to the report, no organic poison was found in Sushant’s body. Significantly, Sushant Singh’s father KK Singh claimed that Riya Chakraborty had poisoned and killed his son Sushant. At the same time his lawyer Bikash Singh talked about the murder of the actor.

CBI is involved in the investigation of Sushant’s case. However, Cooper Hospital is still in question about the actor’s postmortem report. It is learned that there are allegations of negligence in Sushant’s case at Kushar Hospital. Sushant’s postmortem was performed by doctors at Cooper Hospital, which raised questions. According to sources, the CBI is also investigating why the post-mortem report did not mention the time of Sushant’s death and other issues.

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A detailed meeting was held yesterday or Monday, during which the AIIMS forensic team submitted its final investigation report to the CBI, media reports said. The committee headed by Dr. Sudhir Gupta was constituted at the request of the Central Bureau of Investigation to explain that the autopsy investigation and the viscera report could be studied in depth.

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It was recently reported that the forensic team of AIMS had tested the viscera to test the poison of Sushant’s death. Earlier, the CBI had called a special team of three-member doctors of Delhi AIIMS for forensic investigation and further investigation at Sushant Singh Rajput’s Mumbai home. Let me tell you that the AIIMS forensic team led by Dr. Sudhir Gupta had earlier submitted their medical-legal views in many high profile cases like the Sheena Bora case and the Sunanda Pushkar case.

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