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Sheena Bora case: Nobody paid attention to us, says Mikhail

AGE CORRESPONDENT
Published : Nov 2, 2015, 9:35 am IST
Updated : Nov 2, 2015, 9:35 am IST

Mikhail, Rahul also approached an Army officer seeking help to get the case registered

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Mikhail, Rahul also approached an Army officer seeking help to get the case registered

Mumbai

 

: Indrani Mukerjea’s son Mikhail Bora and step-son Rahul Mukerjea told the CBI they approached the Mumbai Police through an Army officer and urged them to register a complaint in the Sheena Bora murder case.

According to a report in the Indian Express, sources said during interrogation Mikhail clearly mentioned that he and Rahul had together approached Sheena’s friend, who is married to an Army officer, ‘to seek his help as their repeated complaints to the police were not being taken seriously.’

The report also stated that Rahul, who is Peter Mukerjea’s son from his first wife, never believed that Sheena was abroad.

“That night (when Indrani called Sheena to meet her), Rahul received a text message from Sheena’s phone stating she would stay the night at Indrani’s place and return the following morning. Sheena and Rahul, who were engaged in November 2011, were living at a flat in Marol. In the morning, when Sheena did not return, Rahul called Indrani, who told him Rai had dropped her off after dinner,” the source was quoted as saying.

 

“Rahul later received an SMS from Sheena stating she had found a new boyfriend and that he should not get in touch with her. He (Rahul) says there was no reason for Sheena to dump him abruptly,” the source added.

Indrani, along with her driver Shyamvar Rai and former husband Sanjeev Khanna, was arrested for allegedly murdering her daughter Sheena Bora in April, 2012.

The CBI earlier recorded Mikhail’s statement who confirmed that he and Rahul tried unsuccessfully to lodge a complaint. “Nobody paid attention to us. After a while, I gave up,” Mikahil had said.