Forensic report confirms remains found in forest are Sheena Bora's


New delhi,November 19:  Sheena Bora murder, a forensic test has confirmed that remains of a body found in forest outside Mumbai are of  the 24-year-old who was mudered  allegedly  by her mother Indrani Mukerjea and two others.

All India Institute of Medical Sciences(AIIMS) conducted the forensic test and shared the report with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

The investigating agency is likely to file its chargesheet against the three people accused of the murder -- Bora's mother Indrani Mukherjee, her former husband Sanjeev Khanna and their former driver Shyamvar Rai -- in the next few days.The chargesheet will be filed in the court of a metropolitan magistrate in South Mumbai.

The accused allegedly disposed of Bora's body in a Raigad forest in April 2012, about 84 kms from Mumbai. Bora was allegedly strangled in a car, her body was burnt and the remains were then dumped in the forest, police said. Indrani and Rai were arrested on August 25 and Khanna was arrested a day later. They are currently in judicial custody until November 20.

"We have prepared a watertight case and the charge sheet will include the statements of witnesses, statements of certain witnesses recorded before the magistrate (which they cannot retract), call data records, DNA samples, besides other documents," a CBI official said.

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