Moninka Yadav and Arti Dalal, accused in a sensational honey-trap case were produced in an Indore district court on Sunday.
The accused have been sent to police remand till September 27.
Sensing that they would be grilled once again, both the accused started crying in the court.
Later, on reaching the police station, Monika became unconscious due to continuous crying and she was shifted to district hospital, where her condition is reportedly better.
The police officials urged the court that the accused need to be taken to Rajgarh, Bhopal and Chhatarpur for further investigation.
Meanwhile, the war of words between BJP and Congress leaders continues over the case.
On Saturday, Law Minister PC Sharma accused BJP of a conspiracy to destabilize the government, and former home minister Bhupendra Singh alleging that police are being pressured.
Cooperatives minister Govind Singh demanded that names of all those linked to the honeytrap case - "no matter how big a leader or bureaucrat" - should be made public.
Former chief minister Digvijay Singh said, "The name of a minister from the previous government has surfaced, not a minister from the present government."
State Congress media department chairperson Shobha Oza accused BJP of trying to destabilize the government by "planning to honeytrap seven MLAs". "But the conspiracy failed. A minister of the former BJP government was behind the plot," she alleged.
Meanwhile, former Home Minister and senior BJP leader Bhupendra Singh clarified that he did not have any links with the honeytrap racket. He demanded a CBI probe to investigate the complete case.