Sushant Singh Rajput: CBI reaches Cooper Hospital to question doctors about the late actor’s post mortem

By Ishank Katyal

Mumbai: Its been almost five days since Supreme Court has ordered Central Bureau of Investigation to take over the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case. On Monday 24th August, CBI team reaches Mumbai’s Cooper Hospital where the autopsy of Sushant Singh Rajput was done.

During the investigation at the hospital, CBI question the doctor’s team who performed the 34- year old late actor’s autopsy and also collecting the forensic data.. However, it was revealed that there are a lot of mistakes done in SSR’s post mortem report as it was reported to be made in hurry as Mumbai Police asked them to do so. The time of death was also not mentioned in the report.

Surjit Singh is the man who was the eye witness in the mortuary of the hospital where Sushant’s body was kept. On his interview with Times Now, Surjeet Singh revealed that he took the late actor’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty to the mortuary for 45 minutes where none of his family and friends were allowed by the hospital authorities, thus it was an unauthorised access to the mortuary.

While being interviewed, Surjit Singh also told Times now that “I have allowed Rhea to touch his body. I have also touched it my self and the ligature mark on his neck and that time I have realised that it is not a suicide, Sushant has been murdered.”

Singh also claimed that he was from Karni Sena and because he was from Karni Sena, he was asked by the people to go and check on Sushant Singh Rajput.

As of now, CBI is doing further investigation in the hospital regarding the Chhichhore actor’s autopsy.

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