Yet another twist in Sheena Bora case: Resignation letter in office after death, sent SMSes too

Mumbai, Aug 27: The MMOPL or the Mumbai Metro One Private Limited has come with an important evidence, which could steer the mysterious murder of Sheena Bora.

This crucial evidence shows that Sheena had applied for a leave on April 24, 2012 (which coincides with the day of her murder). Interestingly, a mail was sent to the company on May 3, 2012-eight days after she was allegedly murdered.


The letter explained she had to resign because of personal problems and thanked her superiors for supporting her short stint at MMOPL.

In an attempt to help investigation, the company said that they were trying to verify the signature on the letter, which was addressed to the HR department. Bora, then aged 22, was working as an assistant manager in the HR department for less than a year.

Indrani Mukerjea

A spokesperson said,"Ms Sheena Bora had joined Mumbai Metro as an assistant manager on 20th June, 2011. She took leave of absence on 24th April, 2012 and while she was on leave, she sent her written resignation."

The investigation grew murkier when he also revealed a work report received on the last week of April, days after her resignation. Bora was in the habit of sending the MIS report to her seniors every month mentioning the subjects assigned to her.

When the HR tried to reach her at her home, she did not receive the calls (P.S: Another theory has emerged here, which says that Rahul received messages from her cell phone even after 2 days of her alleged death). When someone from her team visited her house to convince her to stay back, she was told that Sheena was not at home.

Peter Mukerjea

Sheena is remembered as young and dynamic and as the one who always stuck to her deadlines. A colleague said,"She was young and always asking questions. Her resignation was a shock to us but we had to accept the fact. But the news of her death is still hard to believe."

Another colleague close to her said that Sheena got infuriated when her mother introduced her as her sister. "Bora told me that her mother tried to portray herself as a young woman," said the colleague. She did not even complete the HR formalities, despite repeated calls from the department.

Rahul Mukerjea

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