A report by Australia`s media watchdog on the death of India-born nurse Jacintha Saldanha here, following a prank call from two radio jockeys, has found the radio station guilty of acting illegally, a leading British daily reported Thursday.
Australian broadcast watchdog was acting outside its power while probing a radio station`s jockeys royal prank call that led to the death of an Indian-origin nurse in the UK, a Sydney court was told today.
The inquest into last year`s death of India-born nurse Jacintha Saldanha in London following a prank call from two Australian radio jockeys about the then pregnant Duchess of Cambridge has been put off for the second time.
One of the two Australian radio jockeys involved in a prank phone call to a UK hospital treating a pregnant Kate Middleton, that apparently led to the suicide of Jacintha Saldanha, said she will appear at the now-delayed inquest.
Nurse Jacinta Saldanha, who committed suicide after answering a hoax phone call about the Duchess of Cambridge by two Australian DJs, left a suicide note where she reportedly blamed them for her death.
Key evidence in the death of Indian-origin nurse Jacintha Saldanha has been handed over to the legal team representing the Australian radio station behind the hoax call that apparently lead to her suicide.
Australian DJ Mel Greig, who is at the centre of the ill-fated royal radio prank, desperately wants to send a condolence letter to the family of nurse Jacintha Saldanha but has been reportedly banned from doing so.
The family of the India-born nurse, who is believed to have committed suicide after receiving a hoax call on Kate Middleton`s pregnancy, is struggling with the prospect of massive legal bills to uncover the truth.