Sheena Bora murder case: What is Indrani Mukerjea worried about in police lockup?
Indrani Mukerjea, who has been arrested by the Mumbai Police for allegedly killing her daughter Sheena Bora, has been concerned about her daughter Vidhie, as per media reports.
Mumbai: Indrani Mukerjea, who has been arrested by the Mumbai Police for allegedly killing her daughter Sheena Bora, has been concerned about her daughter Vidhie, as per media reports.
As per India Today news channel, Indrani is reportedly worried about how the whole episode would impact Vidhie and her studies.
Vidhie (Indrani's daughter with former husband Sanjeev Khanna, who is also accused of murdering Sheena) is studying in United Kingdom.
Indrani also wants to meet her daughter once before she leaves for her studies.
Meanwhile, Indrani has "confessed" to her role the sensational Sheena murder case, while her former live-in partner Siddharth Das today joined the investigation in the sensational crime committed three years ago.
Indrani has "confessed" to her role in the crime, a senior police officer said without providing further details, as per PTI.
On the other hand, Indrani's husband and former Star CEO Peter Mukerjea underwent a second round of marathon questioning by the police which also interrogated two other arrested accused - her former husband Khanna and driver Shyam Rai.
Peter was questioned for nearly 12 hours yesterday.
Das, who claimed to be Sheena's biological father, was flown down to Mumbai from Kolkata this evening and is understood to have been brought face-to-face with the accused.
Since her arrest late last month, Indrani had been maintaining that Sheena was very much alive and living in the US.
Every time she (the lawyer) met Indrani, it was in the presence of 5-6 police officers, he said, adding "as far as Mr Peter Mukerjea is concerned, the question of defending him does not arise because he is not an accused".
Sheena was engaged to Rahul, Peter's son from an earlier marriage, when she was allegedly murdered on April 24, 2012.
(With PTI inputs)