The doctors at the Institute of Psychiatry and Human Behaviour (IPHB) have reportedly concluded that Bengaluru start-up founder Suchana Seth is 'psychological stable.'
The Calangute police submitted an application to the Children's Court stating her psychological evaluation is complete, however, the report findings are kept under wraps.
Seth is accused of killing her toddler son while on their short vacation to Goa in January.
Sources told The Goan that the government-certified report confirms she is stable and mentally fit. Seth's father has sought for a fresh assessment of her, as this application is pending the Court's decision.
The court has extended her judicial remand until February 26.
The 39-year-old entrepreneur allegedly committed the heinous act at a Candolim-based service apartment, where she reportedly smothered her son to death. Subsequently, she travelled to Karnataka with the child's body before being apprehended in Karnataka.
The motive behind this shocking crime is yet to be ascertained, but law enforcement officials suspect that Suchana Seth's strained relationship with her husband, Venkat Raman, maybe a possible factor. The police have revealed that Ms. Seth, originally from West Bengal, was discontented with the ongoing divorce proceedings with her husband.
As the legal proceedings unfold, the case continues to captivate public attention, shedding light on the complexities surrounding the alleged murder and prompting further investigation into the psychological state of the accused. The adjournment of the hearing until February 26 underscores the significance of the ongoing evaluations in determining the course of justice in this tragic case.