"Indrani Mukerjea has been discharged from the hospital and sent back to jail," T P Lahane, JJ Hospital Dean said.
Indrani also informed a local court through her lawyer that she has no objection to being questioned by the CBI in jail. A medical report was also submitted by the hospital to the court.
Earlier in the day Lahane had said, "Indrani is fully conscious and talking to doctors. A panel of doctors involved in her treatment will decide when to allow police authorities to record her statement." He said her vital parameters are fine and she is responding to medications.
The hospital authorities submitted Indrani's medical report in a sealed-cover to the court, which is likely to pass an order tomorrow on the permission sought by her lawyer to meet her.

Her lawyer told the court she does not have any objection to being quizzed by the CBI, which has taken over the case from Mumbai police.
"The order will be passed tomorrow," said R V Adone, Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of Esplanade court.
Seeking permission to quiz the accused, the CBI, which moved its application yesterday, told the court it has just taken over the investigation from Mumbai Police which is why interrogation of the trio was necessary.
The central agency also told the court that if the permission for interrogation is not granted, the agency would have to rely on the probe conducted by the Mumbai police.

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