NEW DELHI: Fresh details have emerged adding a bizarre twist to the alleged murder of Sheena Bora.On Wednesday, it was revealed that Sheena was the daughter, and not the sister of Indrani Mukerjea, wife of top TV honcho Peter Mukerjea. Mikhail Bora, Sheena Bora's brother speaking to TV channels confirmed he and Sheena were Indrani's children. He told CNN IBN, "Have no doubt my mother Indrani killed my sister Sheena Bora. Whenever I asked Indrani about my sister, she would tell me that she was abroad and too busy to speak to me," he added.Peter Mukerjea, Indrani's husband, also spoke to CNN IBN. "Sheena was having affair with my younger son and Indrani did not approve of their relationship," he said.Cops have arrested Indrani Mukerjea, wife of one of India's most high-profile broadcast media executives, for the murder of Sheena in a case that is sensational for at least two reasons: the dramatis personae involved and the way in which the alleged killers covered their tracks and escaped all suspicion for three years.The case would have remained one more of Mumbai Police's unsolved cases had an

informer not tipped off the cops about the murder that occurred three years ago. He told cops that he had information about the murder of Sheena Bora that occurred in 2012 and could also lead them to the murderer and the victim's body.Khar cops picked up Mukerjea's driver a few days ago based on this information and started grilling him and he confessed to having murdered Bora at Mukerjea's behest. He also told the cops that he dumped Bora's body in the forests of Raigad. Mumbai cops then got in touch with their counterparts in Raigad, who confirmed that the remains of an unknown woman were found from the same spot.Khar police then arrested the driver and then, based on his confession, asked Mukerjea to present herself for questioning on Tuesday. She was arrested after a three-hour grilling session.Both of them were produced in the Bandra Metropolitan Magistrate's court on Tuesday and cops got their custody till August 31. Both have been booked under Sections 302 (murder), 363 (kidnapping) and 201 (destroying evidence) of the Indian Penal Code.Stay updated on the go with Times of India News App.

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