According to reports, the AIIMS team has submitted its report based on analysing the Mumbai police’s post-mortem report and autopsy along with photographic evidence. The CBI has also stated that ‘conclusive findings’ have been shared by the forensic team of AIIMS. The CBI will now be analysed the report along with the evidence in the case to conclude if it is a case of suicide or not.
During his interaction with the media, Singh reiterated that an AIIMS doctor told him that Sushant’s death was by “strangulation” and not by “suicide”. When informed by members of the media that Dr Sudhir Gupta of the AIIMS panel, dismissed making any such claim, Singh said, “It is for them to take a call and bring it to the public domain. It is only when it is in the public domain that the family will be in a position to take some legal repose. Right now, we are helpless. We don’t know which direction this case is going.”
Sushant was found dead in his Mumbai apartment on June 14 in mysterious circumstances.