The Central Bureau of Investigation's Special Investigation Team (SIT), probing the mysterious death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, has given a detailed account of the investigation to top CBI officials on Friday after returning to Delhi from Mumbai. The viscera report prepared by AIIMS doctors in the Sushant case may also go public today. On Friday, a final meeting of all five doctors is held in Delhi. Today this report is to be submitted to the CBI team. In the next one to two days, it will become clear whether the death of Sushant was murder or suicide.
The CBI team recorded statements of several people concerned during the investigation of Sushant Singh Rajput's death in Mumbai in the last one month and tried to investigate the genuineness of the case by recreating the scene of his alleged suicide at the scene. . CBI SP Nupur Prasad and DSP Anil Yadav have met senior officials at the CBI headquarters. He has given details of the progress made in this case to these officers.
In the case of Sushant Singh, the CBI had registered a case on August 6 on the orders of the central government. The investigation was started by the CBI based on the case filed by the Bihar government in its hands. This complaint was filed before Bihar Police on behalf of KK Singh, father of Sushant Singh.
The report made based on only 20 percent viscera
The viscera report would clarify whether Sushant was poisoned or not. Earlier, Kalina Forensics in its report had called the Viscera report negative. Let me tell you, this report coming back has been prepared for the investigation of 20 percent viscera of the actor. Because the Mumbai Police had used 80% viscera of Sushant in his investigation.