Findings shared by AIIMS panel with CBI investigators in Sushant Singh Rajput case

Sushant Singh Rajput case: CBI says it is conducting “professional investigation”.


  • The panel was formed at the request of the CBI to study Topsy and Visayara reports.
  • The findings of the AIIMS panel will be taken as an expert opinion, the sources said
  • The doctors will be legal witnesses in the case, sources said

New Delhi:

Sources told NDTV that a panel of Delhi’s prestigious All-India Institute of Medical Sciences has presented its findings on the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The panel, headed by Dr. Sudhir Gupta, was formed at the request of the Central Bureau of Investigation to study the ops topsi and viscera reports.

A detailed meeting was held today during which a panel of AIIMS doctors presented its conclusive findings to the CBI, sources told NDTV. The sources also said that the findings of the AIIMS panel have been supported by the findings of the CBI for the last 40 days.

The findings of the AIIMS panel in this case will be taken as the opinion of an expert and doctors will witness the proceedings, the sources said.

Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Mumbai flat on June 14. Though Mumbai Police said it was a case of suicide, there was speculation that it may have been a murder, which the CBI is probing after the Supreme Court’s approval. Some twists in the case said it covered all corners.

In a statement Monday, the agency, which sought the help of AIIMS doctors, said it was conducting a “professional investigation” to see if there was any wrongdoing involved in the actor’s death where “all aspects are being monitored and no aspect is denied.” “.

Last week, Vikas Singh, a lawyer for Sushant Singh Rajput’s family, tweeted: “The CBI was disappointed with the delay in deciding to convert the SSR murder into a suicide. The 200% indicated that it was not a suicide by strangulation. “

He claimed that a doctor on the AIIMS panel shared his findings with him.

Following his claim, Dr Sudhir Gupta said the panel’s opinion would be “clear and conclusive on the basis of evidence”. Dr. Gupta said that no decision can be made just by looking at the pictures.

The lawyer for Sushant Rajput’s girlfriend Riya Chakraborty had demanded a separate medical board to maintain impartiality in the investigation, saying that based on the photographs, it was “dangerous” for the team headed by Gupta to announce a “200 per cent conclusion” by AIIMS.

“The CBI must form a new medical board to keep the probe impartial and free from speculation,” Satish Maneshende said, adding that agencies were being pressured to reach a “pre-determined” result due to the upcoming elections in Bihar.

Riya Chakraborty was accused by Sushant Rajput’s Patna-based family of mentally torturing her, exploiting her for money and playing a role in her death. He was arrested on Sept. 9 by the Narcotics Control Bureau, which is investigating Drugs Angle in the case, and is in jail.

His bail application – previously denied by the sessions court – will appear before the Bombay High Court on Tuesday. Calling her an “active member of a drug syndicate”, the Bureau of Narcotics Control has accused Sushant Singh of planning drugs for Rajputs.