Sushant Rajput's family, together with his lawyer, will request a new forensic team from CBI

Relatives of Sushant Singh, the 34-year-old actor who was found dead on June 14 of this year, requested that a new forensic team be formed to reopen the case.

The Indian actor who was best known for his work in Hindi cinema and was found hanging from the ceiling fan at his home in Bandra, Mumbai, had reportedly shown signs of clinical depression and was suffering from bipolar disorder.

Mumbai police launched an investigation, claiming that the death was being treated as a suicide. The post-mortem report stated that the cause of death was "asphyxia by hanging"

The AIIMS forensic team claimed that Sushant Singh died by suicide. The Rajput family's lawyer, Vikas Singh, called the AIIMS report inconclusive. He also pointed out the following on his social networks: “Very disturbed with the AIIMS report. I'm going to ask the Director of CBI to set up a new forensic team. How could the AIIMS team give a conclusive report in the absence of the body, also in such a bad autopsy performed by Cooper's hospital in which the time of death is also not mentioned? The AIIMS team was cornered by the CBI to re-evaluate Sushant Singh's autopsy report.

Dr. Sudhir Gupta, who led the AIIMS panel, said that it was a suicide case and that there were no injuries on the body, except those found by the manner of his death.

Daniel Pire

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