The birth certificate of one of the three victims in the Kerala lynching case has been translated by a doctor to Malayali and Hindi.
A local court in Ernakulam on Thursday directed the district magistrate to hand over the document to the medical team.
The court also directed the police to send it to the state-run Kerala Civil Health Service (KCCHS).
The birth certificate is a certified copy of a birth certificate, the Kerala government has said.
The case has taken a political turn since a petition was filed by one of those arrested for the killing.
The petitioners claimed the birth certificate was not certified by the Kerala Civil Hospital and was not authenticated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
The court order was issued after the doctors submitted a copy of the certificate to the district hospital.
The death of the four people in the attack has also sparked a nationwide debate over the constitutionality of the Indian Constitution.