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Sheena Bora murder: Phone tapes reveals cover up

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A series of 20 tapes have surfaced that reveal the aftermath of Sheena Bora murder case. These recorded telephone conversations were made by Peter Mukerjea’s son Rahul, who had been in a relationship with Bora.

They contain conversations between her alleged murder mother and former media executive Indrani Mukerjea and former Star CEO Peter Mukerjea in the cover up of the murder, as Times Now reports.

The 20 tapes are a part of the evidence that has been presented by the CBI and the recordings features Rahul in conversation with Indrani and Peter, across a period of two weeks beginning with what seems to be the immediate aftermath of the murder.
In one of the clips, Rahul seems to realize that something is wrong and asks Peter multiple times about where Sheena is, after being told that she has gone off somewhere on her own. “I got a message from her that morning and then 45 minutes after that. The messages were all very different… There’s something that happened within that 45-minute time span,” Rahul can be heard saying.

Peter tells him it is up to him to decide whether to carry on with his life or to go looking for Sheena, and suggests she may have ‘gone off’ on her own or with someone else. When he asks Rahul what he wants to do, Rahul says, “I just want hear from Sheena.”

In another clip from later, Rahul tells Peter that Sheena’s friends and colleagues too are concerned over her disappearance. “Papa, listen. It’s not just me, ok. It’s not just me. All her friends, her Facebook, her internet, her work… People from her work have come home looking for her, saying she is very conscientious at work. She has never missed a day at work without informing. And now she’s been gone for more than two-three days and she hasn’t informed anyone. This is why it is out of character. Can you hear what I am saying and take it in?” says Rahul.

In both conversation, Indrani can be heard in the background.

Seven of the 20 conversations have been used by the CBI in its chargesheet. However, some of the other 13 conversations reveal what seems to be an act of persuasion by Peter in relation to the murder, Times Now said.