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AIIMS report to CBI: Death time missing in Sushant’s autopsy

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The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Forensic Department has submitted its report with the CBI in Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput death case and has questioned the absence of the timing of death in the autopsy report and pointed towards the dimly-lit post mortem room at Cooper Hospital, sources said.

The source ruled out the poisoning angle in the death of the late actor.

An AIIMS source said that the Forensic Board chaired by Dr Sudhir Gupta has submitted its conclusive report with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

The source said that in the conclusive report submitted with the agency, doctors have pointed out towards the dim lighting in the post mortem room of Cooper Hospital.

Sushant’s autopsy was carried out by three doctors of Cooper Hospital on the night of June 14.

The source further said that the missing timing of death was another point where the doctors have raised concerns apart from uncertainty a about the substance that was found in his stomach.

The source explained that the focus on the contents of the stomach highlights what Sushant had for dinner on the intervening night of June 13-14 and breakfast on the morning of June 14.

However, the doctors have ruled out the angle of “organic poisoning” as cause of his death. The CBI officials remained tightlipped on the submission of the report to the agency.

Dr Sudhir Gupta, meanwhile, in a statement said that Medical Board of AIIMS has expressed very clearly and conclusively medico-legal final opinion in this case to the CBI.

He further said that the contents of the opinion shared with the CBI cannot be shared to anyone as the matter is “subjudice”.

A team of AIIMS’ Forensic department was roped in by the CBI to give medico-legal opinion into the death of Sushant.

Sushant was found dead at his apartment on June 14.

The AIIMS team had also visited Mont Blanc Apartment with Sushant’s sister Mitu Singh, flatmate Siddharth Pithani and personal staff Dipesh Sawant, Keshav Bachne and Neeraj Singh accompanied by the CBI team.

The AIIMS team also recreated the scene of the incident and collected samples from the flat.

The CBI roped in AIIMS Forensic department for the medico legal opinion after it registered a case on August 6 after the notification from the Centre on the recommendation of Bihar government.

The CBI’s SIT team along with CFSL team arrived in Mumbai on June 20, a day after the Supreme Court gave its nod for the federal agency probe.

The CBI recorded the statement of Sushant’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty, her brother Showik, father Indrajit, Pithani, Sushant’s house manager Samuel Miranda and several other people in connection with the case.

Besides the CBI, the Enforcement Directorate and the NCB are probing the money laundering and drug angle respectively surrounding the death of Sushant.

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Mumbai Police summon Kangana, Rangoli, slap sedition charges

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In a significant development, the Mumbai Police have issued summons to Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel for investigations following a FIR lodged against them with sedition charges included, officials said here on Wednesday.

“Among the charges include Indian Penal Code Sec. 124-A (sedition)…besides spreading communal hatred and falsehoods. The police have also recorded the statement of the complainant, Munawwarali Sahil A. Sayyed todayin this connection,” his lawyer Ravish Zamindar told IANS.

The sisters have been directed to come to Bandra Police Station on Oct. 26-27, five days after the Bandra Metropolitan Magistrate J. Y. Ghule took cognisance of Sayyed’s complaint and ordered a FIR to be registered against the siblings last Saturday (Oct. 17).

A Bollywood casting director and fitness trainer, Sayyed had accused Kangana and Rangoli of defaming the film industry, portraying the people working in it in a bad light with claims of nepotism, drug addiction, communal bias, attempting to drive a wedge between artistes of different communities, calling them murderers, insulting religions, etc, on social media and through public statements.

He also charged her with of creating a Hindu-Muslim divide through objectionable comments, citing Rangoli’s “make the mullas and secular media stand in line and shoot them down; the history may call us Nazis, who cares” remarks.

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Actress Kangana Ranaut says she was judged for hailing from Himachal Pradesh

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Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut claims she was judged for hailing from Himachal Pradesh in her initial days.

Kangana tweeted from her verified account on Wednesday: “Himachal has become a new favourite for film shoots as well, initially when I told people I am from Himachal people didn’t know much about it they judged me for coming from a remote village, commercially it’s a good development, let’s make it ecologically beneficial as well.”

In a separate tweet the actress shared awareness against single use plastics. She was reacting to a user sharing a photograph of Spiti Valley and retorted saying “insensitive, ill mannered city brats” often litter the beautiful valley.

Kangana wrote: “Come to Himachal Pardesh but don’t throw plastic around especially single used plastic like empty bottles and chips packets, this beautiful valley can be turned in to a big dumpster just in one day if couple of insensitive, ill mannered city brats reach there. Please don’t.”

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Bihar polls: Actor Pankaj Tripathi urges people to choose leaders wisely

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Actor Pankaj Tripathi, who hails from Bihar, has made public interest videos ahead of Bihar Assembly Elections.

The election will be held in three phases, on October 28, November 3 and 7. In view of the pandemic, a lot of concrete arrangements have been made at the booths, the actor said.

“Booths will be cleaned, sanitised one day before polling and from time to time on the day of the elections. There are thermal scanners installed at the entrance of all polling stations. Soap, water and hand sanitisers will be provided at both the entrance and exit of the polling booths,” he shared.

“Place will be marked in a circle to stand in line keeping in view the social distance that one has to maintain. Gloves given to press the button in EVM (electronic voting machine). Wearing a mask at the booth is mandatory and a lot of preparation has been done so that people can vote fearlessly. The Election Commission has covered all possible ground and now it’s upon us as citizens to do our civic duty and choose our leaders wisely,” he added.

On the work front, he will be soon seen in the much-awaited web series “Mirzapur 2”.

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