A sessions court Tuesday allowed the Mumbai police to carry out further probe into the death of Sushma Pandey, a 17-year-old egg donor who died in 2010.
The police had moved an application seeking the court’s permission to probe several aspects that were “overlooked” earlier.
Pandey died on August 10, 2010, two days after she had donated oocyte or egg at ‘Rotunda – The Centre for Human Reproduction’ in Bandra (West).
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The police had booked Pandey’s employer and the man who allegedly accompanied Sushma to the infertility clinic on August 8, 2010. While discharging one of them in 2012, the High Court had pulled up police for tardy probe.