Sushant Singh Rajput death case: Ahead of the AIIMS board meeting which is expected on 22 September, Forensics panel chief Dr Sudhir Gupta has once again reiterated and said that the AIIMS Forensic report is going to be all conclusive.
In the initial stages it looked like a sheer case of negligence on the part of Mumbai Police or the medical board which conducted the autopsy on Sushant Singh Rajput. We were given to believe that the all important viscera extracted from the body was not preserved properly.
Some reports also suggested that the viscera received by the Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology at AIIMS is of very less quantity and was in a degenerated form.
However, the AIIMS head of department while speaking to TIMES NOW, has confirmed and reiterated once again that once AIIMS comes out with its Forensic report, it is expected to be a conclusive report.
The AIIMS team will also meet the CBI SIT today.