AIIMS, in its report to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), ruled out the theories of poisoning and strangling floated by Sushant Singh Rajput’s family and lawyer. The CBI will now be probing into the original charge of ‘abetment to suicide’ that was listed by the Bihar police.
According to a report in a news portal, AIIMS Panel has completed the examination and closed the file after giving conclusive medico-legal opinion in this case and the CBI is corroborating the report with their investigation. In its opinion, the AIIMS report has dismissed all the theories of poisoning and strangling. The report further stated that the CBI is likely to continue its probe into “abetment to suicide”, the charge that was originally listed by the Bihar Police.

Source from the agency told the news portal that all aspects are being looked into including murder angle. However, so far, no evidence has come up to prove it to be a case of murder. The report also added that if during the course of investigation, they get any evidence, murder charge will be added. For now, abetment to suicide and other charges in the FIR are being probed.

Though the initial autopsy report by the Mumbai hospital clearly stated that the death of the actor was due to suicide, speculation and campaigns of justice on social media and allegations from Sushant Singh Rajput’s family raised doubts that became a part of an overall CBI investigation.


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