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Sheena murder case: Mumbai police ask ED to step in


Mumbai, Sep 9: The Mumbai police investigating the Sheena Bora murder case has asked Enforcement Directorate (ED) to look into and probe the financial transactions of the accussed in this case and into the business ventures floated by the Mukerjeas--Indrani and Peter.

Sources said the agency has received a communication in this regard from police investigators and ED has deputed a team of officials to study the documents sent by them.

Sheena murder: Mumbai police ask ED to step in.
ED enforces two laws-- Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) and Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA)-- and sources said the agency will study the case from these angles and decide if a parallel investigation by them is required.

"The documents sent by Mumbai police include some details on the personal finances and transactions of the involved accussed and those related to a media company floated by the Mukerjeas, Indrani and Peter, in the past," they said.

ALso read:Perfect planning of Sheena murder: Shocking info revealed; how Indrani took tips from a murder case

The murder case has hit the headlines and Sheena's mother Indrani, her former husband Sanjiv Khanna and driver Shyamvar Rai haave been arrested on the charges of murdering Sheena and disposing of the body at Pen forest in Maharashtra's Raigad district in April 2012.

According to police, Sheena was murdered on April 24, 2012.


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