The AIIMS report submitted to the CBI in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case objects to the absence of the timings of death in the actor’s autopsy report. All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Forensic Department submitted its report to the CBI a few days back in which they ruled out the theory that the late actor was poisoned before his death. The forensic findings highlighted the fact that ‘no time of death’ was mentioned in SSR’s autopsy report. The department has also mentioned the ‘dimly-lit’ post-mortem room at Cooper Hospital where the autopsy was performed.
Sushant died on June 14 and the Mumbai Police took his body for post-mortem at the Cooper Hospital where a team of three doctors performed the autopsy at night. The agency mentioned that the Forensic Board that checked the autopsy report after CBI took over the case was chaired by Dr Sudhir Gupta. In their report to the CBI, the team has also raised, ‘uncertainty’ about the substance that was found in his stomach. The contents of the stomach highlight what the late actor had for dinner on the night of June 13 and for breakfast on the day of his death.
Earlier last week, while the federal probing agency announced that AIIMS had submitted its report in the SSR death case, the team did not reveal much about the findings except ruling out the poisoning theory. Even the AIIMS team seems tight-lipped about their findings in the case.