Police custody of Indrani, 2 others in Sheena Bora case extended till Sept 5
The Telegraph 32 minutes ago
A Mumbai Metropolitan court on Monday extended till September 5 the police custody of all three arrested in the Sheena Bora murder case, including that of her mother Indrani Mukerjea, to enable...
Sheena case: Police custody of accused extended till Sept 5
A Mumbai Metropolitan court todayextended till September 5 the police custody of all threearrested accused in the Sheena Bora murder case, includingthat of her mother Indrani Mukerjea, to enable investigatorsdig deeper into the sordid saga.
Sheena murder: Custody of accused extended till September 5
A Mumbai magistrate on Monday extended the police custody of the three prime accused in Sheena Boras murder till September 5. The ruling came in the presence of Indrani Mukherjea, the victims mother, Indranis former driver Shyam Rai and her former husband, Kolkata-based Sanjeev Khanna. While Rai was the first to be arrested on August 21, Indrani was taken into custody on August 25. Both were held in Mumbai. Khanna was arrested in Kolkata the next day. All three were initially sent to police custody till August 31.
Indrani Mukherjea charged with attempt to murder
A magistrates court in Mumbai on Monday remanded Indrani Mukherjea, her former husband Sanjeev Khanna, and driver Shyamvar Rai to police custody till September 5 in connection with the Sheena Bor...
Sheena Bora murder: Accused trio to be produced in court today
Mumbai, Aug 31: The three prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case will be produced before the Bandra magistrate court here on Monday, Aug 31 when Mumbai police will seek extension of their custody, officials said here.Indrani Mukherjea, the victim's
Sheena murder case: Indrani,ex husband to be produced in court
Mumbai: Indrani Mukerjea, her former husband Sanjeev Khanna and her driver Shyam Rai will be produced before a local court today where the police probing the sensational Sheena Bora murder case are likely to seek extension of their police custody. Police will slap fresh charges of attempt to murder against Indrani, Sanjeev and the driver […] The post Sheena murder case: Indrani,ex husband to be produced in court appeared first on State Times .
Sheena murder: Accused trio to be produced in court
Mumbai, Aug 31 (IANS) The three prime accused in the Sheena Bora murder case will be produced before the Bandra magistrate court here on Monday when Mumbai police will seek extension of their custody, officials said here.
Sheena Bora murder case: Mikhail's claims spell more trouble for Indrani, Sanjeev
Officials in the investigating team, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that Indrani and Khanna had called Mikhail to Mumbai in the last week of April in 2012 and kept him at a hotel at Worli. They said that Mukherjea and Khanna had called him to Mumbai for settling some family issues and served him some soft drinks in a hotel which was laced with sleeping medicines. Leaving him at the hotel, Mukherjea, Khanna and driver Shyam Rai allegedly murdered Sheena on April 24, the officials said, adding that when the trio returned, Mikhail had fled. Mikhail said he had regained consciousness and fled the hotel and left Mumbai for Guwahati. Mumbai Police will produce Indrani and Khanna in court today seeking extension of their custody. Police will seek further remand of the duo to probe the fresh charge of attempt to murder against them. Latest News from India News Desk
Sheena Bora murder: Cops recreate crime scene, seize suitcase
Times of India,
News Chennai Online,
Indrani Mukherjea, the accused in Sheena murder case, at Khar police station in Mumbai Saturday midnight. (Photo: PTI) The sensational Sheena Bora murder case took another turn on Sunday when the Mumbia police seized a suitcase that was purportedly meant for packing the body of Ms Boras brother, whom Indrani Mukherjea had allegedly planned to kill the same day, even as key accused Sanjeev Khanna and the driver were taken to spot to re-create the crime scene. Officials, however, remained tightlipped about the progress in the probe amidst reports that Indrani and Mr Khanna had been making contradictory claims about who killed her daughter Sheena three years ago. The new twist in the probe came when Sheenas brother Mikhail claimed that their mother Indrani had planned to kill him also on April 23, 2012, when she had gave him a spiked drink and ran away fearing death. The same day Sheena was allegedly killed by Indrani and Mr Khanna in a car with the help of the driver Shyam Rai. The three had, reportedly, disposed the body in Pen tehsil in Raigad district the next day. The seizure of the suitcase from residential premises of Indrani and Peter Mukerjea in Mumbais Worli area apparently lends credence to Mikhails claim about his mothers plan to kill him as well and pack his body parts but there was no police confirmation of this theory. The police on Sunday brought Mr Khanna to Khar police station and later took him to the forest in Pen tehsil, along with Mr Rai. Indrani, Mr Khanna and Mr Rai will be produced before a local court on Monday where the police are likely to seek extension of their police custody. During sustained interrogation here on Saturday, Indrani and Mr Khanna had blamed each other for the crime. Indrani accused Mr Khanna of committing the murder and dragging her into the crime. However, he said he only assisted Indrani as she had promised to help him financially. Mikhail was also questioned at a hotel in Bandra on Saturday. Mikhail had said that just hours before Indrani and Sanjeev met Sheena on April 24, 2012 and took her for what would be the last drive of her life, Indrani allegedly drugged him but he managed to escape from the spot and averted becoming the second victim. There were also reports that Indrani had sought help of a psychiatrist to get Mikhail labelled as a mental patient, but there was no independent confirmation from police so far. Meanwhile, a village official in Raigad district, who helped the team of Mumbai police locate the spot where Sheena Bora was allegedly buried, today said when he first spotted the body in 2012 it was just a skeleton with no flesh. It was all skeleton. There was no flesh. The local government doctor took it for postmortem, after which it was buried, the police patil Ganesh Dhene of Hetevne village said. Asked how he came across the skeletal remains, Dhene said, I had gone to collect mangoes. The body was not in a suitcase. The surrounding area was burnt. Indrani, her driver Shyam Rai and Sanjeev Khanna were interrogated at Khar police station yesterday. During the course of the grilling, they blamed each other for the crime, a police official said. The blood and hair samples of Indrani and Mikhail Bora have also been collected and sent to the Kalina-based Forensic Science Laboratory. The report is expected in the next couple of days.