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The victim was shown as being alive for almost three years by her mother, as Indrani Mukherjea used Sheena’s phone to send messages and even posted her pictures on Facebook to give an impression that she is alive and is in USA. Until victim’s brother smelled a foul play. Now after three years, the skull and the bones have been sent for forensic examination. Earlier Indrani refused to have killed Sheena and blamed Sanjeev for that but after the driver, Shyam Rai’s, revelations she confessed to have murdered Sheena. The facts of this case do not end here as new facts are coming up with every passing day.
These statements of Indrani Mukherjea recorded before the police officer do not have any substantive value but only hold a corroborative value (u/s 162, CrPC). It’s only when the statement would be recorded before the Judicial Magistrate (u/s164, CrPC) that it will hold a substantive value.
After completion of investigation police would produce a charge sheet, which is a formal document of accusation prepared by the investigating officer, before the concerned Magistrate. In this case charge sheet would take time to be produced before the court by the end of September, 2015. And then the trial would start and the stage would change from investigation to inquiry.
Thereafter the accused persons would undergo a proper criminal trial which involves framing of charges by the concerned Magistrate, recording of statements of the accused persons and the other witnesses, etc. Then the judge would apply his judicial mind to it and pronounce a judgment punishing or acquitting the accused.
As per the latest report, the DNA of Sheena Bora has matched with that of Indrani Mukherjea. We will come to know what actually happens in this matter in the due
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