Doctor who performed the autopsy on Sushant Singh Rajput makes a big revelation

Doctor who performed the autopsy on Sushant Singh Rajput makes a big revelation

After the Supreme Court ruled that Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) would take over all investigations into the Sushant Singh Rajput case, and went on to add that "an impartial probe is the need of the hour". The central agency started their probe in Sushant Singh Rajput's case on Friday.

Their team comprises of 15 people and to fasten things up they have been divided into 5 teams. So far, the team has been grilling some of the key witnesses in the case. CBI is also likely to summon Rhea Chakraborty and her father Indrajit Chakraborty as part of the investigation

One of the teams working on the case even grilled the doctors that had performed the autopsy on the late actor.

Sushant was found dead on June 14 in Mumbai. He was taken to Cooper Hospital for post-mortem. During this interogation, there were some shocking revelations made by the doctor who had performed the autopsy. 

While answering CBI's questions on various lapses and errors in the autopsy report, one of the doctors mentioned that the autopsy was rushed. On Saturday, while answering to the questions raised by the CBI, the doctor mentioned that the Mumbai Police had asked the team to perform the autopsy and share the report with them as soon as possible, The late actor's autopsy was done on the night that he was found dead and he was cremated on the following day, June 15, 2020. 

On Sunday, CBI also interrogated Sushant Singh Rajput's cook and his friend Sidharth Pathani. The team investigating has found several inconsistencies with the statements shared by Pathani and the cook Neeraj. 

Vikas Singh, the lawyer representing Sushant’s father, has raised questions about the presence of Sandip at Sushant’s house on the day of the actor’s death and shared that it should have been Pathani that should have been taking charge of the situation. Talking to media, Vikas said, "Meetu (Sushant’s sister) was devastated after seeing Sushant’s body so she went and she was lying down in the room so he just saw an opportunity and he took charge. Nobody in the family knows him, how did he come there. Suddenly how did he start taking charge. Since nobody from the family was there, there was an opening for him. I guess it should have been Pithani who should have been there and not Sandip.”

Earlier in the week, questions were also raised as to why Rhea Chakraborty was given free access to the mortuary, where Sushant's mortal remains were kept. It has now been learnt that Rhea had spent at least 45 minutes in the morgue which is a clear violation of the process. The hospital rules mandate that the access is not provided even to the closest family members, without being assisted by the police.

The late Sushant Singh Rajput's family has accused Rhea of financial fraud and abetment of suicide.

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