These Questions Are Being Raised On The Forensic Report In Sushant Singh Rajput Case


CBI investigation has intensified in the case of the death of film actor Sushant Singh Rajput. With this, it is also being revealed that Sushant is negligent in the investigation in this high profile case. Sushant’s postmortem report forensic report has gone wrong. Let’s know what has been hidden in this case.

What do forensic experts say

According to the forensic experts, the substances of drugs like cocaine amidi are found in the human body for just two to three days. But the substances of drugs like Charas Ganja are found in the human body for at least 3 days to 30 days. Their presence also depends on the consumption period. That is, the longer the chance of consumption of substances, the more the substance is present in the body.

Sushant’s cook Neeraj had told the investigating agencies that Sushant was given drugs 6 days before his death. Neeraj himself used to roll marijuana and used to give Sushant some similar chat details from Riya Chakraborty.

In such a situation, the biggest question is that if Sushant actually consumed drugs just 6 days before his death, then his post-mortem was done on the 8th day of the 7th forensic investigation of consuming drugs. In such a case, how did the presence of drugs substance not come up in his forensic report?

These questions are arising

In this case, there are constant questions whether the forensic investigation was disturbed. Did Mumbai Police deliberately hide this angle? After all, what could be the reason for hiding this fact?

This is the same question that the CBI wants to know from the investigating officers of Mumbai Police. But these officers have not yet come before the CBI. Perhaps this could also be a reason that the CBI is repeatedly circling the Cooper Hospital.