SSR Case: AIIMS Submits Report To CBI, Agency Analysing Findings
Forensic experts have reevaluated SSR’s post-mortem and viscera findings.
The team of forensic experts from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) that was picked to reevaluate Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s autopsy reports has submitted its findings to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The team was responsible for having a second look at the post-mortem reports as well as the viscera findings based on the remaining 20 per cent viscera sample available. The reports that are currently being analysed by the CBI hold a strong bearing on whether the death of the actor will be treated as suicide or a homicide.
Meanwhile, the other aspect of the Sushant case – the drugs angle – has been hit with a big hiccup, with recently arrested former Dharmatic Entertainment employee Kshitij Prasad having alleged that officials from the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) pressurised him to name Karan Johar during the interrogation. His lawyer Satish Maneshinde has claimed that Kshitij was harassed and blackmailed to make a statement, while he was also meted out third degree and ill-treatment. Meanwhile, NCB has denied the allegations and said it is a “professional agency” that does not indulge in such activities.
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