Mumbai Police Quiz Mikhail, Visit His House

After coming out of Dispur police station following a two-hour stay there, Mikhail told reporters that he was asked about the case.

Published: 27th August 2015 11:54 PM  |   Last Updated: 27th August 2015 11:57 PM   |  A+A-

By PTI

GUWAHATI: Mumbai Police today questioned Mikhail Bora, son of Indrani Mukherjea who is prime accused inthe Sheena Bora murder case after visiting the house of his grandparents here.

After coming out of Dispur police station following a two-hour stay there, Mikhail told reporters that he was asked about the case.

To queries if he had submitted any documents to the police, Mikhail who earlier claimed to have evidence in the case including photographs, replied in the negative.

To another question, he said he was not aware of any birth certificate in which Indrani's parents were named as Sheena's parents.

Earlier, a two-member Mumbai Police team visited Indrani'sparents house in Ganeshguri area of the city this afternoon as part of their investigation.

After a one hour stay in the house, where Mikhail alsoresides, the police team went to Dispur police station. Mikhail also went there about an hour later.

The Mumbai Policemen refused to say anything to the reporters outside Mikhail's house.

"It is a sensitive case. Investigation is on," they said.

Yesterday and earlier in the day prior to the visit ofthe Mumbai Police team, Mikhail claimed before reporters that he had evidence on the murder case of his sister.

He also said that he feared he would be the nexttarget. "If the police summons me to Mumbai, I want my friends to accompany me as the Mukherjea duo are very high-profile andanything can happen to me."

"I was not silent regarding my sister. I had called herphone number many times. I had repeatedly asked Indrani where my sister Sheena is but she did not reply," he said.

"Indrani had asked me to leave my aged grandparents inan old age home in Kolkata and take up a job there. When I refused she told me that she will stop giving us money for our upkeep. Since the last five, six months she has not sent any money," he said.

Bora also claimed that when his mother had come toGuwahati last time she wanted him to give her his PAN card and bank details but he had refused.

"What is the actual motive for killing Sheena only Indrani knows. Other people can only assume. Sheena is my elder sister and I want justice for her," he said.

Mikhail said it will not be possible for him to go to Mumbai for investigation as he has take care of his maternal grandparents who are both in their eighties and suffer from dementia.

However, he also added that he could go to Mumbai only if the police or the government took the responsibility of his grandparents, U K Bora and Durga Rani, who are yet to be told about Sheena's killing allegedly by Indrani Mukerjea.

Mikhail had yesterday said he believed that Indrani, who he claimed is his mother, killed his sister and he knew the exact reason of the murder but would not tell it now.

The youth had said he would wait till Indraniconfesses it to the police and if she did not, he would do"whatever is necessary".

Both Sheena and Mikhail had been introduced by Indrani earlier as her step sister and step brother.

It is now being said that Sheena and Mikhail are actually her children from an earlier relationship.

Indrani had left them with her parents at their residence here to go to Kolkata where she married SanjivKhanna who too has been arrested for his alleged involvementin this case.

Indrani was arrested in Mumbai on Tuesday in connection with Sheena's murder on April 24, 2012.

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