Mumbai: In an attempt to break the 'tough nut' Indrani and her former husband Sanjeev Khanna, accused in the sensational Sheena murder case, Mumbai Police may conduct a brain mapping and narco test on them.
In order to take the probe ahead, investigators may file an application seeking permission to subject the accused to narco, brain-mapping and lie detector tests, Times Of India quoted a police officer as saying.
As per the English daily, police have also written to Facebook seeking IP addresses as Sheena's page was being updated even after her death.
Notably, Indrani Mukerjea's son Mikhail Bora had emailed his sister Sheena Bora's resignation letter to her employer Mumbai Metro One Private Limited (MMOPL), a report had earlier said.
However, while speaking to The Telegraph, a relative of Mikhail had revealed that he sent the mail on his mother Indrani's behest. Later, Mikhail even claimed that his mother tried to kill him too.
Meanwhile, a defence lawyer representing Indrani Mukerjea in the murder case, said that his client's fundamental rights are being violated.
"Even a single minute was not given to us to consult Indrani Mukerjea privately. It is her fundamental right." ANI quoted defence lawyer Gunjan Mangla as saying.
She also complained about the police not complying with the Supreme Court order of allowing the lawyer to meet the client for legal consultations.
Mangla had also taken permission from the Bandra court to meet Indrani, but she was still not allowed to meet her.
On the other hand, Sanjeev Khanna's lawyer said he had tried to get Khanna placed in judicial custody.
All three accused have been sent to police custody till September 5 after Monday's court hearing.
Sheena was murdered on April 24, 2012 and her body was found on May 23 that year after Indrani's driver Shyam Rai revealed the murder site to police.
Both Indrani, wife of media baron Peter Mukerjea and the driver were arrested later on charges of killing Sheena and disposing off her body in Raigad, near Mumbai.