Sheena Bora Murder: Sanjeev Khanna Brought to Kolkata by Mumbai Police Team

Published: 07th September 2015 06:08 PM  |   Last Updated: 07th September 2015 07:07 PM   |  A+A-

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Sanjeev Khanna at Khar Police Station in Mumbai on Saturday in connection with Sheena Bora murder case. | PTI


KOLKATA:  A team of four Mumbai Police officers today brought Sanjeev Khanna, accused Indrani Mukherjea's former husband and co-accused in the murder of Sheena Bora, to the city for another round of search for evidence.     

According to a Kolkata Police source, the Mumbai Police officers, along with Khanna, reached the city early this morning and "conducted search operations and collected evidence" connected to their investigation into the case.

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The team conducted search operations on their own and have not "asked" for any help from Kolkata Police as done earlier, the source said. Marathon search operations were conducted at Khanna's Chapel Road residence in the Hastings area besides in his friend flat's at upmarket Alipore, he said.  

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Khanna, the source said, would be taken back to Mumbai tonight. Last week, a laptop, a mobile phone and papers related to Khanna's investment details were seized by a Mumbai Police team from his Hastings residence as well as his friend's place.

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