new Delhi: The date of 14 June 2020 when the actor Sushant Singh Rajput The body was recovered from his house in Mumbai. Today it has been 112 days since Sushant Singh’s death. Meanwhile, the report of AIIMS, the country’s largest medical institute, has come out on the death of Sushant Singh. In the report, the matter of murder has been rejected. It has been said in this report that the death of the actor proves to be a case of suicide due to the circumstances in which the death occurred. After the arrival of this report, Sushant’s sister Shweta Kirti Singh has given her reaction in a tweet.
Shweta Kirti Singh has shared an old picture of Bhai Sushant in the tweet, with the caption, ‘We will win’. In just these two words, Shweta has proved that the battle to get justice for Sushant is still going on and he has faith in the justice system. But there is some resentment in the rest of the users regarding the AIIMS report. # 302ForSSRKillers trending on Twitter.
We Will Win! pic.twitter.com/LZSrqEpBGC
– Shweta Singh Kirti (@shwetasinghkirt) October 3, 2020
AIIMS report dismisses Suicide’s theory
The AIIMS report has dismissed the murder of Sushant. Earlier on September 29, the investigation report of Sushant Singh’s viscera was revealed. That report also rejected the claim of poisoning Sushant Singh. But the question still remains as to who instigated Sushant Singh to commit suicide and who implicated him in the drugs trap?
Sushant’s father accused Riya of murder
Separate theory, which has been going on for the last three months, about the death of Sushant Singh, will now be stopped. The AIIMS report has rejected all the theory being spread about Sushant’s death. After the death of Sushant, it was being continuously feared that Sushant was killed, he could not commit suicide. Allegations were being made that Sushant was poisoned. The apprehension of this thing was further increased when Sushant’s father accused Riya Chakraborty of poisoning him.
Poison was not found even in viscera report
The AIIMS investigation found no poison in Sushant’s viscera. The talk of poisoning Sushant has also been dismissed. The CBI started an investigation into Sushant Singh’s death from 21 August. At the behest of the CBI, Delhi AIIMS examined Sushant Singh’s medical report and viscera. AIIMS has rejected the theory of poisoning and murder in its investigation, in such a case, this report will help the CBI in further investigation.
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