Sheena Bora murder case: Peter Mukerjea may be subjected to narco test
The CBI is likely to subject former media tycoon Peter Mukerjea to narco analysis test as the agency believes the latter is ''deliberately concealing facts'' related to crime.
New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which is probing the Sheena Bora murder case, is likely to subject former media tycoon Peter Mukerjea to narco analysis test as the agency believes the latter is ''deliberately concealing facts'' related to crime.
Peter Mukerjea, who was arrested on Friday, was taken to the CBI headquarters here on Tuesday for further questioning in connection with the case.
Peter was arrested three months after the discovery of Sheena Bora's remains in a forest near Mumbai indicated that she had been killed.
The media tycoon's wife Indrani Mukerjea was arrested in August, days after the crime surfaced, for allegedly killing her 24-year-old daughter with the help of her ex-husband Sanjeev Khanna and driver Shyam Rai, who are also in jail.
The CBI believes Peter knew that Sheena Bora was dead. CBI has accused him of "deliberately concealing facts" pertaining to murder and disposal of the victim's body.
He was taken from Mumbai to Delhi early on Tuesday by a special team of CBI investigating the case, sources said.