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In the Sushant Singh Rajput death case, BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy, who has been demanding justice since the beginning, has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He has demanded a review of the AIIMS report from the PM. He has also written that if there is no reply on his letter from the Prime Minister, then he can also go to court.
Swami gave information on Twitter
Swami has given the information on the letter to the Prime Minister on Twitter. He wrote, “On review of the findings of Dr. Sudhir Gupta’s Special Committee on Autopsy of Sushant Singh Rajput, if PM does not get the answer, then I have the right to file a PIL. Under Article 19 and 21 I have to know Is that right how Sushant died? “
If I do not get response from PM on the need to re-review the review of Dr. Sudhir Gupta Special Committee findings on Sushant Singh Rajput’s autopsy, I have a right to file a PIL. Under Articles 19 and 21 I have right to know how SSR’s life was deprived and for speedy justice.
– Subramanian Swamy (@ Swamy39) October 22, 2020
Earlier on 12 October, Subramanian Swamy questioned Sushant’s death. He wrote in his tweet that on the day of death, why the glass in which Sushant drank orange juice was not kept safe. It is no wonder that the Mumbai Police did not seal the apartment in which the incident took place. Whereas, in unnatural death it is necessary to do so.
Morning orange juice. Why was the glass from which SSR drank orange juice not preserved? No wonder Mumbai Police did not seal his apartment as is mandatory in unnatural deaths.
– Subramanian Swamy (@ Swamy39) October 11, 2020
AIIMS team told case of suicide
The forensic team of AIIMS under the leadership of Dr. Sudhir Gupta said in its final report that this is a case of clear cut suicide. The report dismissed the murder.
Sushant’s family is not satisfied with the report
Sushant’s family is not satisfied with the AIIMS report. The actor’s father’s lawyer Vikas Singh had said on a news channel that AIIMS doctors are going to TV channels to express their opinion, but the report was not made public. He also said that such statements of doctors in the media are in violation of the Ethical Guidelines of the Medical Council. He called the AIIMS report corrupt.
Vikas Singh held a press conference a few days before the forensic team’s report surfaced. In it, referring to a statement by Dr. Sudhir Gupta, the head of the forensic team, he had demanded an in-depth investigation of the case from the CBI. Vikas Singh had said that when I had shown pictures of Sushant’s body to Dr. Gupta, he had said that it is a case of 200 percent strangulation, it is not a suicide.