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Sheena Bora Murder: Now, Indrani Mukerjea's PA reveals secrets

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Mumbai, Nov 28: Cornering Indrani Mukerjea in Sheena Bora murder case, CBI now recorded statement of Indrani's Personal Assistant (PA) Kajal Sharma.

According to Kajal, it was Indrani who asked her to create two fake email accounts in Sheena's name.

Indrani Mukerjea

Indrani allegedly had instructed Kajal to cancel Sheena's rent agreement and forge her signature on the rent agreement.

Kajal reportedly confessed to have created a skype account for Indrani's driver Shyam Rai who is also an accused in the murder.

Sheena and Rahul Mukerjea used to stay in a rented house in Mumbai. After Sheena's sudden disappearance, Rahul informed Peter that he needed Sheena's signature to cancel their rent agreement.

According to CBI officials, Indrani asked Kajal to forge Sheena's signature just to avoid more queries from Rahul.

Meanwhile, Rahul's mother Shabnam Singh confirmed that she too had accompanied her son when he had gone to file Sheena's missing report. However, police refused to file any report, she added.

Sheena was Indrani's daughter from her previous marriage. Indrani latter got married to former media tycoon Peter Mukerjea but introduced Sheena as her sister.

However, Indrani was enraged when Sheena fell in love with Rahul and chose to remain in a live-in relationship with him. Rahul is Peter's son from his previous marriage with Shabnam.

It has been alleged that Indrani killed Sheena taking help from her second (former) husband Sanjeev Khanna and driver Shyam Rai. However, CBI recently arrested Peter Mukerjea stating that he was one of the masterminds.

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