Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide on June 14 after reportedly hanging himself in his Bandra residence. After his tragic demise, his fans and family, as well as their family lawyer, raised doubts that it was a murder and not a suicide. However, as it was reported that AIIMS will be releasing a statement on the forensic report of Sushant Singh Rajput, the latest update suggests that AIIMS has ruled out the murder theory and claimed it to be a suicide. According to a report in NDTV, the sources told the portal that a team of doctors from Delhi's AIIMS shared their opinion to CBI that Sushant Singh Rajput was not murdered and it is a case of suicide. Earlier, the Mumbai's Cooper hospital post mortem report confirmed that he died by asphyxia due to hanging and now AIIMS has ruled out the murder theories while claiming it to be a case of suicide.
"All aspects are still open in the probe if any evidence comes to light proving otherwise, Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code (murder) will be added, but nothing has come up in 45 days of the probe," the sources said. On the other hand, SSR's sister Shweta Singh Kirti had tweeted that the investigating agency is considering to add murder charge under Section 302 of the IPC in the case. “CBI to file a case under SECTION 302 what a great news!! #Revolution4SSR” her tweet read. Reportedly, CBI is now likely to continue the probe into 'abetment to suicide' which was charged by Sushant's family on their FIR against Rhea Chakraborty.
The agencies' sources told NDTV, "All aspects are being looked into including murder angle. So far, no evidence has come up to prove it to be a case of murder. If during the course of investigation, we get any evidence, murder charge will be added. For now, abetment to suicide and other charges in the FIR are being probed."
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