Bombay High Court asks CBI why it can’t reveal witness 11 in Sheena Bora murder case


Sheena Bora, who used to work as an executive for Mumbai Metro One based in Mumbai, went missing on April 24, 2012. In August 2015 Mumbai Police had arrested her mother Indrani Mukerjea, her stepfather Sanjeev Khanna, and her mother’s driver, Shyamvar Pinturam Rai, for allegedly abducting and killing her and subsequently burning her corpse. While, Khanna and Rai confessed to the crime, Mukerjea has said that Sheena Bora is living in the United States. Recently the Sheena Bora murder case is back in the news.

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The Bombay High Court has asked the CBI for what good reason it is unable to the reveal the statement of the 11th witness in the Sheena Bora murder case and has asked them to contend on this issue on Thursday.

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Subside Mukerjea had recorded a writ appeal to in the Bombay High Court against the order of the special CBI court.

Mukerjea’s lawyers had requested the statement which the CBI had not gave over to them before the start of the trial. The special CBI court, in any case, has ordered that the statement was a secret document and will only be given to them after charges are confined.

Subside Mukerjea, then again, said they can’t make their contentions until they have all the confirmation, and recorded a writ request of against the extraordinary court’s request in the Bombay High Court.

In the interim, the special CBI court procedures on the Sheena Bora case started today.

The CBI, showing up in the exceptional court, said that they won’t have the capacity to begin contending for charge confining till contentions in the High Court are not wrapped up.

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