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Did Indrani Mukerjea want to portray Mikhail as 'mentally unstable'?

As the entire nation continues to be flabbergasted by one after another sensational revelations in the Sheena Bora murder mystery, the latest report says media tycoon Peter Mukerjea's wife Indrani had it all planned to establish son Mikhail as a “mentally unstable” person.


Did Indrani Mukerjea want to portray Mikhail as 'mentally unstable'?

New Delhi: As the entire nation continues to be flabbergasted by one after another sensational revelations in the Sheena Bora murder mystery, the latest report says media tycoon Peter Mukerjea's wife Indrani had it all planned to establish son Mikhail as a “mentally unstable” person.

Reports have it that Indrani had approached a psychologist from Mumbai to prepare a fake mentally-ill certificate for Sheena's brother Mikhail and wanted to portray him as a lunatic.

The Mumbai police is about to quiz the psychologist to interrogate about the same.

Also Read: Who killed Sheena Bora? Indrani Mukerjea, Sanjeev Khanna trade blames as police grill them

Mikhail has recently claimed that on the fateful day of April 24, 2015 when Sheena was murdered, Indrani had plotted to kill him as well. However, he managed to escape in spite of being drugged.

Also Read: Sheena murder case: Police to recreate crime scene

The police continue to investigate the sensational murder mystery as they grill the accused trio – Indrani Mukerjea, her ex-husband Sanjeev Khanna and driver Shyam Rai.

The three will be taken to Raigad district today to recreate the crime scene.

From Zee News

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