The commission had reportedly sought an explanation from Idukki district police chief

Alleged illegal drug trial in Thodupuzha Crime Branch to probe
news Saturday, September 12, 2015 - 09:14
State human rights commission has ordered a crime branch inquiry into the alleged drug trial tragedy in Thodupuzha of Kerala.
After V.M. Mathew was found dead on March 25, 2014, his daughter Deepa Mathew had alleged that he was a victim of drug trial as he was found mentally disturbed after his sister, who is a doctor, gave him some capsules.
According to Manoramaonline report Deepa had alleged that the medicines made by the doctor were experimented on her and her father.
However the doctor denied all allegations and asked Human Rights Commission to find out the actual fact behind her brother’s death.
The commission had  reportedly sought an explanation from Idukki district police chief.
It was also found by the local police that Mathew owned property inside and outside Kerala and there was a dispute between relatives regarding his assets. The district police chief’s report has also stated that a crime branch inquiry was necessary.
The Manorama report also says that the drugs controller, who inspected the doctor’s clinic as per the commission’s order, has said that there was nothing wrong with the production of the medicine.