BJP leader Subramanian Swamy raised five questions on the All India Institute of Medical Science’s (AIIMS) controversial report on the mysterious death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput before the Parliamentary Committee. Swamy has raised five questions before the Parliamentary panel on how the AIIMS forensic team led by Dr. Sudhir Gupta concluded suicide as the reason via the death and leakages in the media. Swamy said that Ramgopal Yadav, Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health Ministry has agreed to send his detailed questionnaire on the doubts about the controversial AIIMS report to the Secretary of the Health Ministry.
“I had sent a letter as below to the Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee of Health regarding the SSR Post-mortem report and AIIMS media reported findings. What transpired I shall update shortly. A copy of my letter will be sent on Twitter soon. After the condolence meets expressing sorrow on Ram Vilas Paswan’s demise, the Committee adjourned to meet on October 16th. Then Chairman told me that my letter to him is being sent to Health Secretary to hear my doubts on the AIIMS Forensic Team media released findings,” said Swamy. In a series of tweets on Friday, uploading the three-page letter. Swamy’s letter is published below this article. BJP leader said that he is raising these questions as the matter is in the public interest.
In view of the above whether the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has considered whether this matter needs to be sent to the Medical Board of the Ministry?
The five questions Subramanian Swamy placed before the Parliamentary panel on the controversial AIIMS report terming the death of Sushant Singh Rajput as suicide are:
- Whether the AIIMS team did a post-mortem on the body of Sushant Singh Rajput or was only forming an opinion about the post-mortem report done already by the doctors of Cooper Hospital? I believe the AIIMS team did not have the opportunity of examining the body of Sushant Singh as it had already been cremated.
- Whether Dr. Sudhir Gupta was advised by higher authorities in the Ministry to give media interviews even before the AIIMS Special team report had been submitted?
- Whether the AIIMS team examined the evidence of destruction, the hurried and truncated post-mortem by the Dr at Cooper Hospital, and the non-sealing of the scene of the crime, by the Mumbai Police?
- Overall was there insufficient material from a forensic medical point of view for this AIIMS team taking a definite opinion on a cause of death, due to these above-mentioned lacunae?
- In view of the above whether the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has considered whether this matter needs to be sent to the Medical Board of the Ministry?
Subramanian Swamy’s three-page letter to the Parliamentary panel is published below this article: