Indrani Mukherjea, one of the prime accused in her daughter Sheena Bora's murder case, was admitted to the J. J. Hospital with initial complaints of chest pain after she allegedly had an overdose of pills and her condition was declared to be serious. Indrani is now out of danger now, reported Dr. T. P. Lahane, the dean of J.J Hospital.
Dr. Lahane said, "Indrani is conscious now. She is responding to oral commands. We have given her water to drink. We will observe her for the next 24 to 30 hours and then after consulting her physician we will take a call on her discharge. She is out of danger now. We treated her on the basis of the clinical findings and she has responded and she is conscious and the forensic reports are authentic."
Dr. Lahane had earlier said, "A report on Indrani's urine samples from Hinduja Hospital laboratory confirmed that level of benzodiazepine, an anti-depressant, was found to be raised."