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Updated Thu, 17 Sep 2020 02:01 PM IST
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Medical Board's opinion will be given to CBI next week. I hope it will be conclusive without any doubts. Reports can't be shared since the matter is subjudice: Prof Dr Sudhir Gupta, Head of Forensic Department, AIIMS & Chairman of Medical Board formed in Sushant Rajput death case
– ANI (@ANI) September 17, 2020
Dr. Sudhir said, 'Medical Board's opinion will be given to CBI next week. I hope this will be decisive without any doubt. Since the matter is still sub-judice, reports related to it cannot be shared.
Why was the Medical Board formed
On September 7, a team of five-member forensic experts from AIIMS was formed, which was given the responsibility of looking into the files related to the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. The team was given the task to explore the possibility of poisoning the actor through viscera test. The CBI had sought help from AIIMS in the case.
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Visra report will reveal the secret of death
The viscera report will clear whether Sushant was poisoned or not. The report has been drawn from Sushant's investigation of 20 percent viscera. 80 percent of Sushant's viscera was used by the Mumbai police in its investigation. Sushant's family says he did not commit suicide. It is a case of murder. The family has named film actress Riya Chakraborty as the main accused in the case. After receiving the viscera report, a panel of AIIMS doctors will hold a final meeting on the matter on Sunday. Sushant's viscera and post mortem report will be discussed in the meeting. The AIIMS doctor will give the final report on Sushant's death.