SSR family suspicious over AIIMS report

Oct 5 (Agencies) | Publish Date: 10/5/2020 1:29:31 PM IST

 Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti says that Dr Sudhir Gupta shall explain the u-turn he has allegedly taken by submitting a report ruling out the murder theory while earlier, he agreed that the autopsy done by Cooper Hospital was suspicious.

Actor Sushant Singh Rajput‘s sister Shweta Singh Kirti took to social media on Monday and questioned the alleged change in Dr Sudhir Gupta’s stand after the AIIMS report rules out the murder theory in the SSR death case.  The lawyer representing SSR’s family in the case, Vikas Singh, also expressed concerns over the medical report shared by AIIMS and also the selective sharing of a part of the medical report where it’s said that Sushant died by suicide.  Vikas tweeted to say “Highly perturbed with AIIMS report. Going to request CBI Director to constitute a fresh Forensic team . How could AIIMS team give a conclusive report in the absence of the body,that too on such shoddy post mortem done by Cooper hospital wherein time of death also not mentioned.” (sic)
Ishkaran Bhandari, who has been vocal with legal support to SSR’s family, joined them in claiming that  Dr Sudhir Gupta has taken a complete u-turn over his initial observations in the case. He said, “Not Surprised at what Repuplic showed. Dr Sudhir Gupta had talked to me also & had many suspicions on Mumbai autopsy. Why did he change & did opposite, needs investigation.” (sic)
Earlier last week, the AIIMS report, submitted by the team of six doctors, mentioned ‘hanging’ as the prime cause of death in the case. The report added that no injury marks except for the hanging mark were found on the late actor’s dead body. The report also ruled out the presence of poison in the late actor’s body though it mentioned that clarity could not be given over what SSR ate in his last meal. The team also observed that the time of death was not mentioned in the original autopsy report submitted by the Cooper hospital.

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