The team of AIIMS doctors is conducting a viscera test again to sort out the mystery of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. AIIMS forensic team is conducting viscera test to ascertain whether actor Sushant Singh Rajput was poisoned, with analysis report of viscera sample likely to be ready on 17 or 20 September. Sushant Singh Rajput’s Visra report was once analyzed in Mumbai and has been forwarded to AIIMS for further analysis.
One of the doctors who analyzed Sushant’s viscera sample said, “We have just received some material from Maharashtra and it will take some time to report it.” Some of the material that has come from there, some of the letters are in Marathi and need to be translated. A medical board is likely to be called on 17 September and the report should come after that. There is also a possibility of having a meeting with all the agencies involved, so that a conclusive opinion is reached by 20 September.
Sushant’s viscera test will also test drugs such as amphetamine, cannabis, opioids, cocaine, heroin, to test samples. A sample test of these drugs will reveal whether Sushant Singh Rajput has actually consumed any of these drugs or not.
In fact, after the death of any human being, if the police conducts the post-mortem of the dead body, then during this time a sample of the visceral part ie organs, heart, kidney, liver, etc. is taken from the body of the deceased, it is called viscera. is. If the death of a person is in suspicious circumstances, the police or family is suspected of any drug or poison behind his death, then in such cases, Visra is examined to find out the reason of death.