Was Sushant Singh Rajput murdered by strangulation?
Questions have been raised since the first day about the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Some people believe it to be murder from the beginning.
Questions have been raised since the first day about the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Some people believe it to be murder from the beginning. It is being said that the marks found in Sushant's throat do not prove the theory of suicide. Therefore, there is no denying the possibility that Sushant may have been strangled.
According to reports, AIIMS doctors believe that the wound marks are directly on Sushant's neck which should have been upwards. In such a situation, how was suicide considered? Sushant's postmortem on this matter has been questioned by the doctors of Cooper Hospital. But the question remains that why the possibility of strangulation was easily dismissed in the Sushant case?
AIIMS forensic team is conducting a viscera test to find out whether Sushant Singh Rajput was poisoned or not. In the case, Dr. Sudhir Gupta, the head of the forensic department in AIIMS and the chairman of the medical board constituted in the Sushant case, has said that the AIIMS Forensic Board is conducting viscera test to check the poison. Its result will come within ten days.
Will the report show whether there are any drugs in Sushant's blood? Sushant Singh Rajput's viscera has reached Delhi AIIMS. It has been brought from Mumbai via plane. The AIIMS Medical Board of five-member doctors will examine the viscera.
What is viscera?
Samples are taken from within the stomach of the deceased for viscera examination. During this, samples of the deceased's intestine, kidney and heart, etc. are taken, this is called viscera. These investigations are done in cases of suspicious death. Through viscera, an attempt is made to find out how the death occurred and what was the reason behind it.