Sheena Bora murder: Judicial custody of Indrani, Sanjeev and Peter extended till Sept 13

| Friday, August 26, 2016 - 14:36
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Mumbai: The court on Friday extended the judicial custody of Sheena Bora murder case accused Indrani Mukerjea, Peter Mukerjea and Sanjeev Khanna till September 13.

A year after the sensational Sheena Bora murder case came to light, where Sheena’s own mother Indrani Mukerjea allegedly murdered her own daughter, a set of 20 recorded clips of telephone conversation between Indrani Mukerjea, Peter Mukerjea and Rahul Mukerjea surfaced on Thursday.

As per reports, these tapes were recorded by Rahul Mukerjea and have now been handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for further assistance in the Sheena Bora murder case. The clips suggest clear attempt of the former Star CEO Peter Mukerjea in covering up the murder.

However, CBI has only used seven out of 20 recordings that were handed over to them, citing their relevance to the case. The telephonic conversations that were aired by TV channels show Rahul in conversation with Indrani and Peter for a period of two weeks.

In one of the conversation, Rahul is heard speaking to Peter and asking where is Sheena, to whom Peter replies that he has no knowledge about her.

In another clip Rahul is heard expressing his concern about the disappearance of Sheena as she is not in contact with anyone and even about her inactivity on social media.

Although the tapes do not prove Indrani and Peter's involvement in the case but they do indicate that the Mukerjea couple did not want Rahul to continue his relationship with Sheena Bora.


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