Sushant Singh Rajput allegedly ended his life on June 14 by hanging himself at his Bandra abode. SSR’s death not only left each one of us in deep shock but also created a stir in Bollywood as well as on social media. Months after Mumbai Police investigated his death case closely, CBI stepped in and started probing every possible angle, CBI interrogated people close to SSR and even had re-created the crime scene not once but twice. Not only that, for better understanding of his autopsy report, a doctors team was called from All India Institute Of Medical Science (AIIMS) and a new forensic team too was brought in.
Now here’s the latest development in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. According to a report in ABP Live, the Central Forensic Science Lab (CFSL) has found no evidence of murder. The team that re-created the last few hours of Kedarnath actor at the crime scene has learnt that he indeed died by suicide due to hanging. The ABP report suggests CFSL has considered Sushant's death as partial hanging. Partial hanging means deceased legs were completely not in the air. His feet were touched to the ground/bed/stool.
ABP report also states that the CFSL analysis report says SSR used the same cloth that was recovered from the crime scene. CFSL has handed over the report to the CBI and an official announcement is expected soon. The source close to ABP revealed that SSR’s might have used his both hands as he was ambidextrous. But he used his right hand to hang himself. The position of the ligature mark on the neck is also mentioned in the analysis report. Only the right-handed person can be hanged in this way says the report. The report also says that the clothes recovered from his room have been used for hanging.
Sushant Singh Rajput
According to ABP, CFSL report has also analysed these following points in its report:
Applied Force Amount: The amount of pressure on the neck after hanging.
Duration of Applied Force: How long the man was alive after the noose on his neck.
Area of Applied Force: How much of the throat was affected by the noose.
Analysis of Force Distribution: Analysis of the force on the neck due to sudden hanging.
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