Drugged Sheena bit driver’s thumb while be­ing stran­gled: CBI

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MUM­BAI: The Cen­tral Bureau of In­ves­ti­ga­tion’s (CBI) charge sheet in the Sheena Bora mur­der case re­veals de­tails of her mur­der, al­legedly planned by her mother In­drani Muk­er­jea, in­clud­ing how she was drugged in the back seat of a car and briefly re­gained con­scious­ness to bite driver Shyamwar Rai’s thumb while she was be­ing stran­gled.

Ac­cord­ing to the CBI’s charge sheet, In­drani roped in Rai and her ex-hus­band Sanjeev Khanna for the mur­der. As a safety mea­sure, she de­cided to avoid talk­ing to her al­leged ac­com­plices on the phone and got Ka­jal Sharma, her per­sonal as­sis­tant, to teach Rai how to use Skype. Sharma cre­ated a Skype ac­count for Rai and taught him to use it.

The charge sheet claims that once Rai was able to use Skype with­out Sharma’s help, In­drani took him into con­fi­dence and re­vealed her plan to kill both Sheena and her brother Mikhail. Next, she told Sharma and Rai that she would be in Mum­bai on April 24, 2012.


In­drani Muk­er­jea: Main ac­cused

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