Indrani, Peter Mukerjea Were Against Sheena Bora and Rahul’s Relationship, Wanted Them to Separate, Hints Witness
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New Delhi, January 4: In a fresh twist to the Sheena Bora murder case, a former employee of INX Media on Thursday revealed that Indrani Mukerjea and her husband Peter were not happy with the relationship between her daughter Sheena and Peter’s son from an earlier marriage Rahul. According to a report by PTI, the witness, an MBA graduate, was working with the Mukerjea's company INX Services from 2000 to 2007 and was later he was shifted to INX Media, which he quit in 2009.

According to a report by Hindustan Times, the 27th witness, Pritul Sanghvi, a former employee and friend of accused Indrani and Peter, told the court that the couple was against Bora and Rahul Mukerjea’s relationship.“Indrani wanted to bring Sheena back home and even Peter was not happy with the relationship. They wanted Sheena and Rahul to separate,” the witness said. Sanghvi, one of the key witnesses in the case, also claimed that Peter wanted Rahul to settle down professionally before getting into any relationship. Indrani Mukerjea Demands Jewellery, Artworks and Keys to Safe From Peter Mukerjea, Divorce Hearing Tomorrow. 

Indrani and Peter, now an estranged couple, are facing trial along with Indrani’s former husband Sanjeev Khanna for allegedly killing Sheena Bora, her daughter from an earlier relationship, in April 2012. Sanghvi, the witness, told the special CBI court that he had visited the Mukerjeas’ house in Worli in central Mumbai many times and Indrani had introduced Sheena to him as her sister at the INX office in 2003. Indrani Mukerjea Claims Someone Wants to Kill Her

According to a report by PTI, Sanghvi said he was asked to accompany Indrani and Peter to a place in suburban Khar in 2008, where Sheena and Rahul were staying together. The CBI’s claim is that Indrani and Peter were not happy with the relationship between Sheena and Rahul. The agency has also cited financial disputes as one of the reasons for the killing.