Sushant Rajput Case: AIIMS forensic team will reveal viscera report tomorrow

Sushant was poisoned or not, this secret will be revealed tomorrow i.e. on Friday, September 18. Sushant Singh Rajput’s Visra report will come on Friday.

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Sushant Rajput Case: AIIMS forensic team will reveal viscera report tomorrow

Sushant was poisoned or not, this secret will be revealed tomorrow i.e. on Friday, September 18. Sushant Singh Rajput’s Visra report will come on Friday. There will be a meeting of the Medical Board regarding the viscera report. The team of forensic experts, who examined Sushant’s viscera for the second time, will submit their report to the panel of doctors at AIIMS.

AIIMS to submit Sushant’s Viscera report on Friday:

After receiving the viscera report, a panel of AIIMS doctors will hold a final meeting on the case on Sunday. Sushant’s viscera and post mortem report have come out in this meeting. Now AIIMS doctors will give a final report on Sushant’s death.

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The viscera report will clarify whether Sushant was poisoned or not. This report has been prepared on the investigation of 20 percent viscera of Sushant. 80% of Sushant’s viscera was used by Mumbai Police in its investigation.

Sushant’s family said that the actor has not committed suicide. This is murder. The family has named Sushant’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty as the main accused in the case. In this case, the AIIMS team is also suspicious of the scar on Sushant’s neck. Sushant’s post-mortem report has already raised many questions. The actor’s family also questioned the post-mortem report.

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Now a lot of things will be cleared with the Viscera report coming tomorrow. After an investigation by CBI and NCB, the drugs angle has given a new twist to the Sushant case.

Let me tell you that on June 14, Sushant Singh Rajput had committed suicide in his flat in Bandra, when the matter was seen related to many things.

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