Family aware of what happened to Sheena, have proof: IndraniMukerjea

YB WEB DESK. Dated: 3/4/2024 10:57:26 AM

Mumbai, Mar 03 Indrani Mukherjee, the prime accused in the murder of her daughter Sheena Bora, asserts that members of her family know what happened to Bora, and she has evidence to implicate them, indirectly referring to her former husband, Peter Mukherjea. In an exclusive interview with news agency, Indrani Mukerjea also said she has enough evidence to prove the claim, and many of them have already been submitted to the court."I think there are people in the family who are aware of what has happened to Sheena,” she told India Today when asked about what she thought about what had happened to her daughter Sheena Bora, who went missing in 2012."I am absolutely convinced about this fact, and in fact, I have filed an application in court to that effect. But I don’t want to say anything until and unless I do not have concrete evidence,” she added. When asked whether she was referring to Peter Mukerjea, she said, “I should not say that right now. But, definitely, I have reasons to believe that.” “I think there is enough evidence which has already come on record. And there is more evidence which we will put forward from our defence side,” she added. Indrani and Peter got married in 2002 and divorced in 2017. Peter Mukerjea, a media baron was associated with STAR India and INX Media. Sheena was Indrani's daughter from her first marriage with Siddharta Das. Mukherjee, 52, was speaking to India Today against the backdrop of the release of a new Netflix documentary 'The Indrani Mukerjea Story: The Buried Truth'. The CBI had opposed the release but it was finally streamed on February 29 after the Bombay High Court allowed it. Regarding the DNA results that matched the samples of a body discovered in 2015, Indrani told India Today that the DNA expert himself deposed in court that the report was forged. “The first body was discovered in 2012. There is no DNA report of that. In 2015, another body was discovered. There was allegedly a DNA test, which matched by blood sample. When the DNA experts came to depose, it turned out to be something completely different. Because he admitted to having changed the allele numbers of the electropherogram, ultimately ended up in matching,” Mukherjea said.


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