The forensic division of the All India Institute for Medical Sciences (AIIMS), which has constituted a panel of 5 docs to check the postmortem report of Sushant Singh Rajput and look into the potential of homicide within the late actor’s loss of life case, has obtained paperwork and movies from the CBI with regard to the post-mortem report.
Chatting with IANS, Sudhir Gupta, head of the AIIMS forensic division, mentioned, “I’ve constituted a medical board on the request of the CBI. The 5 member AIIMS medical board will look at the autospy report of Sushant and look into the potential of a homicide.”
He mentioned, “AIIMS crew has simply obtained paperwork and movies from the CBI and we’re learning it. And after wanting into the paperwork and movies of the post-mortem, we are going to write the perusal.”
He added that he can be travelling to Mumbai within the coming days and can examine the incident scene. Gupta additionally raised questions over the time of loss of life lacking from the post-mortem report by Cooper Hospital, the place the submit mortem of Sushant was achieved on June 15.
The AIIMS physician added that the CBI and AIIMS might maintain a press convention within the subsequent few days. The AIIMS forensic division had been contacted by the CBI in reference to the case.
Gupta had earlier informed IANS that “the CBI wished a reliable medical board to look at the postmortem report; the crime scene and provides an opinion together with the request to go to Mumbai to cross confirm the information.”
A crew of CBI’s SIT together with the forensic consultants is in Mumbai since Thursday and has questioned a number of folks. The officers have visited Sushant’s flat twice and recreated the scene of his loss of life.
The CBI crew additionally visited the Cooper hospital and the Waterstone resort twice, the place Sushant stayed for over two months.