The Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL), India's central body investigating Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide, has claimed that it has not found any evidence to prove that the actor was killed.
Amitosh Kumar, a scientist at the Central Forensic Laboratory, claimed from the India Today investigation team that his investigation so far had found no evidence to suggest that Sushant Singh had been killed. According to the forensic scientist, his team did not find any evidence to suggest that Sushant Singh Rajput was hanged or strangled by another person.
He explained that Sushant Singh Rajput had a V-style mark on his neck which was a sign of trapping, however, the evidence of the mark on the actor's neck did not suggest that he was hanged by anyone else. He also said that a certain section of the media was trying to call the case a murder, as earlier the case of Sushant Singh's suicide was in another case and now, he has gone in another direction.
The forensic scientist said that in his investigation so far, he did not find any evidence to prove in court that Sushant Singh Rajput was killed. Franzik, who ruled out the possibility of Sushant Singh's murder, is part of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team and has visited Sushant Singh's house several times. Have also analyzed the evidence.
The statement by the forensic scientist came at a time when the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in India released its analytical report on Sushant Singh's autopsy. According to NDTV, the analytical report released by AIIMS also said that there was no clear evidence that Sushant Singh Rajput was poisoned and hanged.
The AIIMS, at the request of the CBI, re-analyzed the forensic reports including the biopsy and post-mortem of Sushant Singh and drew conclusions from there. Although AIIMS experts also agree that Sushant Singh was not killed, the agency's experts have re-analyzed the reports and announced to see the results.
It may be recalled that the post-mortem report of Sushant Singh Rajput also clarified that there was no evidence of the murder of the actor. Sushant Singh Rajput had apparently committed suicide on June 14 due to depression and an initial autopsy was conducted within the first three days, dismissing fears of his murder.
His detailed post-mortem report later revealed that the actor had apparently committed suicide by trapping himself and died of suffocation while no signs of torture were found on his body. Although most experts and security officials agree that Sushant Singh apparently committed suicide, fans of the actor and his close relatives and family claim that he was harassed and forced to commit suicide.