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Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case: Mumbai Police Commissioner Not Surprised by AIIMS Report Ruling Out Murder

Sushant Singh Rajput

Sushant Singh Rajput

Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh says Sushant Singh Rajput's death has been made out to be a motivated campaign as he reacted to AIIMS medical board's report hinting late actor died by suicide.

An AIIMS forensic panel report doing the rounds in media suggests that Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide and the team of doctors examining his death on the behest of CBI has ruled out any foul play, poisoning or strangling, as alleged by the late actor's family and their lawyer Vikas Singh.

Moreover, the AIIMS report, which quotes Dr Sudhir Gupta, who is heading the forensic panel on Sushant's death, has conferred with Cooper Hospital's report on cause of death of Sushant as suicide. Even as the actor's family and their lawyer contested claims of the AIIMS report ruling out murder, Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh reacted to AIIMS claiming Sushant's death a case of suicide.

Param Bir told media on Monday, "We are not at all surprised by this. It was the finding of the team of Cooper Hospital as well. All those who criticised our investigation without any information, going to different channels & making comments, I challenge them to reveal what they know as probe was entirely confidential. It was all about vested interests & a motivated campaign."

The CBI, which is investigating the matter, is yet to issue an official statement in the death of Sushant.