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CBI Files Sushant’s Death Case As Murder Under Section 302

CBI has taken a decision where it files Sushant's death case as murder under Section 302.

In midst of the ongoing investigation and examination of the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case, the recent important update is that CBI files Sushant’s death case as murder under section 302.

This is a major breakthrough announcement and decision taken by the CBI team involved in the case and now it is not even surprising fact that CBI files Sushant’s death case as murder under 302.

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CBI team investigating the case has decided and made up their mind completely to pursue and henceforth approach it as a murder case and not as a suicide case thereby officially filing Sushant’s death case as a murder under Section 302 of IPC.

The late actor’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti had taken to her twitter handle to confirm the same. She wrote a tweet and captioned it as, “CBI to file a case under SECTION 302 what a great news!! #Revolution4SSR”.

Source: Shweta Singh Kirti Twitter. She informed this news through her tweet.

Sushant Singh Rajput’s death investigation has seen the most explosive and in other words, this could be termed as the key and pivotal development today after the main apex court handed over the investigation towards CBI.

The investigation agency has finally decided and thought of the main angle in which the case will be pursued and AIIMS will soon be submitting its final report in relation to the same case.

While the CBI has made a considerably huge development and important decision, the late bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s family and fans globally are celebrating the good news along with their strong hopes for swift justice.

Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead on 14th June in his Mumbai apartment. The actor was alleged to have done a suicide but no note was found. 

Initially, the case was registered as suicide, however, this is true that when the Central Investigation Bureau (CBI) came on board for a thorough and deeply detailed examination and investigation, they decided to also consult a team of AIIMS for its medico-legal opinion on the post-mortem of Sushant Singh Rajput.

The AIIMS team was then told to examine the preserved viscera, among other things, and a medical board opinion was to be given to the CBI.

It seems like finally the AIIMS team has completed their analysis and study of the same where now the latest media news reports predict that the team will be submitting a conclusive report on Saturday.

 

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