A Mumbai magistrate on Friday extended the judicial custody of Indrani Mukerjea, ex husband Sanjeev Khanna and driver Shyamvar Rai in the Sheena Bora murder case till December 3.
They were brought to the court in the Killa area of in Mumbai.
Indrani Mukerjea produced in Mumbai Magistrate Court in Sheena Bora murder case. Pic/Onkar Devlekar
Apart from prime accused Indrani Mukerjea, the others who were produced before the court included her current husband Peter Mukherjea, her previous husband Sanjeev Khanna and her driver Shyamvar Rai.
Indrani Mukerjea's ex husband Sanjeev Khanna. Pic/Sameer Markande
Peter's brother and son, Gautam Mukerjea and Rahul Mukerjea have also reached Killa court in Mumbai.
Mikhail Bora, the son of Indrani Mukerjea, had said on Friday that he will continue to demand justice for the murder of his sister Sheena and not hesitate to submit himself to questioning again if needed. He said he is ready to cooperate fully with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
"I came to know about it yesterday night. I do not know what is going on about Peter Mukherjea. CBI is investigating. Let's see what happens. I will give my cooperation to the CBI. I am seeking justice for my sister and I hope it will get it soon, Mikhail told media in Mumbai.
Driver Shyamvar Rai. Pic/Sameer Markande
Peter Mukherjea was arrested on Thursday by the CBI. His son Rahul Mukherjea had also gone to the CBI headquarters in Mumbai for questioning and left from there this morning.
Indrani, her ex-husband husband Sanjeev Kumar and her former driver Shyamvar Rai, were arrested in August in connection with the killing of her daughter Sheena in April 2012. Sheena¿s partially-burnt body was found in the forests of Maharashtra's Raigad District.
On November 3, the judicial custody of Indrani Mukerjea, and the remaining two accused was extended till November 7 after their earlier remand had ended.
Earlier, this month, the CBI was given permission by the Bombay High Court to question all the three accused in the Sheena Bora murder case.