Sources said the agency which has taken over the murder case probe has asked Maharashtra government to preserve samples of stomach wash, urine and blood of Mukerjea which were collected during her recent hospitalisation.

The agency has also asked the state government to provide it with inquiry report of Byculla prison and any other report prepared by other authorities and action taken with regard to the incident. They said the agency is already planning to question the three accused in prison for which it has got permission till October 19.
    
Indrani, who is currently in jail, was admitted to state-run J J Hospital here on October 2 after she complained of 'uneasiness'. She was discharged four days later on October 6. After Indrani's  hospitalisation, conflicting reports had emerged on suspected drug overdose in prison. While one report showed she had overdosed on anti-depressant pills, the other found no such thing.

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