MUMBAI: A local court today permitted CBI to question the four accused in the Sheena…
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will today inform the special court in Mumbai how much more time they need to complete the investigation in the Sheena Bora murder case.
The central investigating agency has already filed two chargesheets in the case.
However, they are yet to close their investigations against former media head honcho Peter Mukerjea, his wife Indrani Mukerjea and two others.
Fresh tapes in Sheena Bora murder case hint cover-upAlso, Indrani Mukerjea will be requesting the special court to be allowed to make a call to Vidhie, her daughter from second marriage with Sanjeev Khanna, another accused in the case.
Vidhie was a young toddler when Indrani had met Peter in Mumbai and was looked after by the Mukerjea family as Peter’s own daughter after their marriage.
Vidhie is currently studying in England and the CBI had said that Indrani wanted to give all her property to her.
It has been a year since Indrani was picked up by the Khar police for her role in killing her daughter from first marriage (Sheena Bora).
What followed was an almost unbelievable story of an ambitious woman who had cared little for relationships.
However, the case was soon transferred from the Mumbai Police to the CBI.
The CBI filed a chargesheet which said that Sheena was not Indrani’s sister as she had claimed to the world but her daughter.
Sheena had come to Mumbai from Assam and had started staying with Indrani and her husband Peter. During her stay, Sheena fell in love with Peter’s son from first marriage, Rahul Mukerjea. Despite Indrani and Peter’s efforts to move them apart, they went ahead and got engaged.
According to the CBI, the motive of the murder was this relationship and Sheena’s constant demand for being recognised as a daughter and be given a huge flat as inheritance.