Sheena Bora murder accused Indrani critical, given life support

April 8, 2018, 1:24 pm
Mumbai (Maharashtra ) , April 8:  Sheena Bora murder case main accused Indrani Mukerjea, who was rushed to the JJ Hospital late Friday night, was not responding to treatment and her condition was deemed to be serious.
Sources also said that Indrani was reportedly on life support and her condition had not shown any sign of improvement since yesterday when she was first brought to the hospital in a 'delirious state'.
 A preliminary probe into the matter yesterday revealed that Indrani could have taken ill due to suspected drug overdose or poisoning. The murder accused, who is lodged in Byculla jail in Mumbai, had reportedly fainted on Friday night and as per reports, was so ill that jail authorities failed to revive her. She is currently admitted to the critical care unit of the hospital. The doctors were waiting for results of further tests as yesterday Indrani was subjected to an MRI scan and a CT scan, which reportedly revealed ischaemic changes - a condition in which there is insufficient blood flow to the brain. Doctors have said that she was on antidepressants.
 It is fairly common for patients to forget that they have taken the tablets and consume more.Doctors at the hospital have added that it could take a while for Indrani to completely recover from this bout of illness. Indrani is currently said to be in a semi-conscious state, sources said. Meanwhile, heavy security has been deployed outside the Critical Care Unit ward where Indrani is undergoing treatment.
This not the first time she has taken ill in Byculla Jail. In 2015, Mukerjea was admitted to the same hospital with suspected overdose and had to stay at the hospital for a week for treatment. At the time, there were conflicting reports regarding the cause of her ill-health. She is said to be suffering from several ailments, including high blood pressures,  In the past, it was reported that she had a few bouts of blackouts and had lost weight during her time in the prison. 
Courtesy : Times Now.

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