Audio Leak Of AIIMS doctor: SSR death case to take an dramatic turn

The viral audio clip of Doctor claiming the Death of the "MS Dhoni"-actor, possibly be a murder has taken the case into a dramatic mode.
BHUBANESWAR, India - Oct. 5, 2020 - PRLog -- Three months later, the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput is still under discussion. Recently, the AIIMS medical panel ruled in favor of the actor's death, but denied the allegations. However, later on, Dr. An audio clip of Sudhir Gupta has been leaked, in which he says that Sushant was killed.

According to national media, in the leaked audio clip, AIIMS chief Dr. Sudhir Gupta insists that Sushant did not commit suicide but was killed. Seeing photos of Sushant's body after his death, 200 per cent said it was a murder case. Gupta made the statement.

The recent AMS panel report has taken the entire case in a different direction. The report dismisses Sushant's murder claim. In this regard, Drs. "We have completed the forensic investigation of Sushant and prepared the report," Gupta said. He had no injuries or injuries other than hanging. "There was no sign of a fight in Sushant's body or clothes," he said.

It has been reporter that the late actor has been found dead in his Bandra house on 14th june, a few days after his ex-manager Disha salian's death.

According to a source close to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), viscera has been adopted by the Department of Forensic Medicine and Technology.

Visera was examined at the AIMS forensic department in New Delhi until late Friday night to find out the cause of death of Sushant Singh Rajput. There are indications that it has deteriorated because viscera are not well preserved. So there are indications that it is difficult to know whether the chemicals were used in Sushant's body. Notably, the drug link has come to light in the case of Sushant Singh's death.

He was last seen in 2014 in the film Chhichore. In it, he starred with Shraddha Kapoor. In the coming days, the audience would have seen him in Mukesh Chabra's 'Dil Bechara'.

"Kishe Desh Mein Hai Mera Dili" is his first television series. It lasted from 2009 to 2009. However, he became popular on television from the "Holy Road" series. His first film was Kai Po Che. He has acted in films like 'PK', 'Rabat', 'Kedarnath'. Another of his most popular films is 'M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story', which was based on cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

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