The family of Malayalam actor Kalabhavan Mani has sought a comprehensive probe into his mysterious death.
A letter in this regard was sent by the actor's wife Nimmi to state Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala, and in turn been handed over to the state DGP, official sources said.
The actor, who was suffering from serious liver and kidney ailments, had passed away on March 6.
Doctors who had treated him at a private hospital had found traces of methyl alcohol in his blood after which police had registered a case of unnatural death.
The viscera samples of Mani, which were examined at the Regional Chemical examiner's laboratory at Kakkanad in Kochi, had found presence of a dangerous insecticide chlorpyrifos.
Members of Mani's family, including his wife Nimmi and brother R.L.V. Ramakrishnan, had raised about the involvement of his friends and aides in his death, Indian media reports.