It was then suspected that she might have accumulated pills beyond the prescribed numbers and then taken them in one go.
According to reports Indrani Mukerjea is suspected to have taken an overdose of pills.
Indrani, the former owner of INX Media, who is an accused in the Sheena Bora murder case, and lodged at the Byculla Women's Jail.
As per the hospital staff, her condition is stable now and is kept under observation.
However, quoting sources at the hospital, India Today reported that Indrani's condition has stabilised and that she was shifted to the critical care unit from the emergency ward. "These will help us ascertain whether she had a drug overdose or it is some other issue", hospital Dean S.D. Nanandkar was reported as saying.
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Mukerjea, the co-founder of INX media, is now lodged in Byculla women's jail.
This is not the first time that Mukerjea has been rushed to the hospital in a semi-conscious condition.
The case history forwarded by the Byculla prison superintendent on Friday disclosed that symptoms of chronic small vessel ischemic changes are appearing. Later, she complained suffering from blackouts.
Indrani, the wife of media baron Peter Mukerjea, was arrested by Khar police on August 25 for her alleged role in the murder of Sheena, her daughter from an earlier marriage, in 2012.
The murder case in which Indrani has been locked up dates back to 2012, when her 24-year-old daughter Sheena Bora was found murdered near Raigarh in Maharashtra.