Mumbai Police has received the final post-mortem report of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. It has been signed by a team of 5 doctors. "No struggle marks or external injuries" were found in the actor's body, suggests his post-mortem report. The Mumbai Police has received the ultimate post mortem report of Sushant Singh Rajput. According to the report, there have been no struggle marks or external injuries on Sushant Singh Rajput's body. His nails were clean.
The post-mortem report says it is a clear case of suicide and no other foul play. Statements of a complete of 23 people are recorded within the case thus far. The police have clarified that the building CCTVs were working, his dog was in another room and is alive. Also, the ultimate report has been signed by five doctors after detailed analysis. The explanation for death is mentioned as asphyxia thanks to hanging. His nails were also found clean. The report cites the actor's death as a "clear case of suicide with no other foul play" as reported by India Today. Sushant Singh Rajput was found hanging in his Mumbai residence on Flag Day.
His body was sent to Mumbai's Cooper Hospital for post-mortem the same day as he hung himself. Meanwhile, Mumbai Police has recorded the statements of his rumoured girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty, his father and sisters, and other family members, his close friends, domestic, and other staff members, besides director Mukesh Chhabra who was helming Sushant's upcoming film Dil Bechara, among others staff.