Sushant Singh Rajput case: Ambulance driver maintains actor's death was "murder and not suicide"

The ambulance driver who took Sushant Singh Rajput’s body to the hospital from his Mumbai residence on June 14, maintains that the actor’s death is murder and not suicide. Talking to Times Now, the driver reportedly said that even though no poison was found in his body, it is surely a case of murder and not suicide. He added that there is no way that the actor’s leg could have been broken if he had hanged himself.

Elaborating further, he added the lights are quite dim in the postmortem room during the night but it is bright in the daytime. He also stated that although he has no idea what conspired inside the postmortem room, he is sure that the actor’s death was murder and not suicide. According to the latest report, AIIMS, which earlier studied the autopsy report prepared by the Mumbai hospital, has re-examined the circumstances that led to Sushant’s death in June.

As per a report by Times Now, AIIMS forensic report findings have been accessed. The report apparently states that no traces of organic or inorganic poison have been found in Sushant’s body. A request to study the autopsy and viscera reports has also been made.

Sushant Singh Rajput was found hanging in his Mumbai apartment on June 14 under mysterious circumstances. The case is currently being investigated by three agencies namely, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB).