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Pradeep Singh

At a time when the CBI team is reportedly making some important headway in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case, a new allegation has come to fore that the late actor’s autopsy was intentionally delayed to let the poison in his stomach dissolve.

Senior leader and parliamentarian Subramanian Swamy has brought this new theory claiming that some important evidence were lost by just delaying the post-mortem of the actor.

“Now the diabolical mentality of the killers and their reach is being slowly revealed: autopsy was deliberately forcibly delayed so that the poisons in SSR’s stomach dissolves beyond recognition by the digestive fluids in the stomach. Time to nail those who are responsible,” said Swamy in a Tweet.

On the other hand, the CBI is likely to conduct a psychological autopsy of Sushant Singh Rajput which will involve a detailed study of every aspect of Sushant's life - from his social media posts to WhatsApp conversations with friends, families and others.

Moreover, the central investigating team on Monday visited the Cooper Hospital, where Sushant's autopsy was done, for the third time to question the doctors as to why there was no mention of the time of death in the autopsy reports.

The team had earlier on Sunday questioned Sushant’s personal aide Dipesh Sawant, Siddharth Pithani and Neeraj Singh, about the behaviour of the late actor after his break-up with girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty.

They were also reportedly asked if Rhea was taking financial and professional decisions for Sushant, and if she was really, as per the allegations, keeping the Dil Bechara actor away from his family members.

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