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Indrani Mukerjea confesses Sheena Bora was her daughter, not sister, say reports

26-August-2015
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Indrani Mukerjea confesses Sheena Bora was her daughter, not sister, say reports

According to latest media reports. wife of ex-Star CEO Peter Mukerjea and founder of 9X Media Indrani Mukerjea 9X  has confessed to police that Sheena Bora, the deceased was her daughter from a previous relationship, not her sister. Mukerjea has been arrested for alleged murder of Bora.
 
NDTV has tweeted Mukerjea's statement which says 'Shocked by news that Sheena Bora was daughter, not sister of my wife. Feel like I have been kept in the dark about such major parts of my marriage'.
 
Reports suggest that Sheena was in a relationship with Peter Mukerjea's son from previous marriage which Indrani disapproved of. But it is not clear if that played any role in the murder.
 
Khar police picked up Mukerjea’s driver after being tipped by an informer about the murder. Reports state that after being questioned by the police the driver confessed to having killed Sheena Bora ‘at Mukerjea’s behest’ and dumping the body in the forests of Raigad. Based on the driver’s statement, Mukerjea was placed under arrest.

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