The doctors from Cooper hospital, where Sushant Singh Rajput’s post-mortem was done, has alleged that it was Mumbai Police who asked them to perform the autopsy in a hurry.
According to sources, after the CBI quizzed a team of five doctors who performed his post-mortem at Cooper Hospital, some startling revelations have been made.
According to a new update, when doctors were asked why was the autopsy done in a hurry,one of them revealed it was the Mumbai Police who asked them to do so.
The autopsy report of Sushant Singh Rajput didn’t have the time of death on it.
According to the reports, the CBI asked the doctors that when doing a COVID-19 test prior to autopsy is a norm considering the current situation, why wasn’t it followed.
Doctors claimed that there was no such norm. Further, when the CBI asked what was the hurry to conduct autopsy late at night, one of the doctors said that the Mumbai police asked them to do so.
According to sources, the doctors from Cooper hospital did not give satisfactory answers to the CBI.
Meanwhile, Special Investigation Team of the CBI probing the death of Sushant Singh Rajput on Saturday reached the Bandra flat of the actor, where he was found dead on June 14, along with the forensic team and his flatmate Siddharth Pithani and cook Neeraj and others.
The team of the CBI’s SIT led by SP Nupur Prasad reached the Mont Blanc apartment in Bandra area with the forensic team. The team recreated the crime scene and also question Pithani, Neeraj and Sushant’s staff member Dipesh Sawant on the chain of events on June 13 and 14.
This was after another team of the CBI’s SIT visited the Cooper hospital and Bandra Police station. Different teams of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) SIT are pursuing the probe from multiple angles.