The Indian-origin nurse, who apparently killed herself after being duped by a hoax call from two Australian radio hosts over the pregnancy rumours of Kate Middleton, reportedly left a suicide note for her family members.
The family believes that there are unexplained circumstances behind her death and a full probe should be initiated.
The contents of the note have not been disclosed and it has been reported that her family is not convinced with the reason mentioned in the note.
Labour MP Keith Vaz, representing the family, said that they wanted to know everything that led to Jacintha Saldanha's death. "What the family needs are full facts. What the chairman of the hospital said to me was that there are inquiries going on in the hospital. That is not sufficient for the family," PTI quoted Vaz as saying. "There are unexplained circumstances. The family want to know everything. All the facts, fully and clearly," he added.
Reports say the family is dissatisfied with the internal probe promised by Marylebone hospital authorities. On Tuesday, Vaz met hospital chairman Lord Glenarthur to demand a detailed investigation to ascertain the circumstances that led to Saldanha's death.
Meanwhile, the bosses at Australia radio station, who gave permission to the presenters to make that prank call, are under scrutiny and have been asked to give an explanation for the same.
A memorial fund was set up by King Edward VII Hospital in Saldanha's honour and a total of 3,20,000 pounds were donated by Southern Cross Austereo, the radio station's parent company.