Former Star India CEO Peter Mukerjea was today quizzed for the third consecutive day in connection with the sensational Sheena Bora murder case, a day after police claimed his wife Indrani Mukerjea "confessed" to the crime.
TV tycoon Peter Mukerjea is being questioned by the Mumbai Police for the third consecutive day today in the murder case of his step-daughter Sheena Bora. He arrived at the Khar police station around noon, accompanied by his step-daughter Vidhie.
After oscillating between acknowledging that she killed her daughter and insisting that she's still alive and living in the US, Indrani Mukerjea has once again told top police officers that she murdered Sheena Bora, say source.
Former Star India CEO Peter Mukerjea, husband of accused Indrani Mukerjea in the sensational Sheena Bora murder case, underwent a fresh round of questioning today and is likely to be confronted with his wife.
A diary allegedly maintained by Sheena Bora is being cited by police sources as new evidence recovered in her murder investigation. One of the many entries in neat handwriting says, "Depression has encircled me from all sides. Disgusting life it is. I hate my mother, that bloody b***h. She is not a mother. She is a witch...''
TV tycoon Peter Mukerjea was questioned by the Mumbai Police for the second consecutive day on the murder of his step-daughter Sheena Bora, a day after a 12-hour session during which he reportedly came face to face with his wife Indrani Mukerjea, the main accused.
With more travellers and higher consumer spending in key areas, overall hotel prices went up in the first six months of 2015 and the commercial capital of the country recorded the highest rise of 5 per cent with an average of Rs 8,091 per night, a report said.
Arrested for murdering her daughter, Indrani Mukerjea, sources in the Mumbai Police say, varies between confessing to the crime and insisting that Sheena Bora, last seen in 2012, is alive in the US but isn't coming forward because she "hates" her mother.
The Bombay High Court today asked Maharashtra government to file its response within a week to a petition seeking constitution of a special investigation team (SIT) to probe the death of activist and Communist Party of India leader Govind Pansare.