The Khar police have recovered the hard disk of the computer used to create Sheena Bora’s fake resignation letter and a letter to terminate her tenancy agreement.
According to a source, Indrani sent a sample of Sheena’s signature one of her employees, who send back copies of her forged signature three or four times before Indrani was satisfied. Indrani then had hard copies of the letters sent to Sheena’s employer and landlord.
The source said that the police had tracked down and recorded the statement of the person who sent the emails to Indrani, and added that the person will be a witness in the case.
“The letter of resignation was sent to the Mumbai Metro One Private Limited (MMOPL) office on May 5, 2012 by courier, while the letter to Sheena’s landlord was hand-delivered in July 2012,” the source said.
The resignation letter reads: “I am moving on for better prospects to the US and I do not wish to continue in the current position. Please accept my resignation.”
The letter to Sheena’s landlord claims that she had decided to forgo the deposit she had paid for the flat in Andheri (E) where he lived with her fiancé Rahul Mukerjea. Cyber experts will be roped in to extract more information from the hard disk that can be used as evidence.
Indrani spared no detail while planning Sheena’s murder, according to the source. Apart from tying up loose ends with her landlord and employer, she also convinced Rahul, whom Sheena got engaged to in Dehradun in 2011, that Sheena had left him and gone to the US. Rahul received a text message to this effect from Sheena’s phone on April 24, 2012, the day she was murdered. When Rahul told Indrani that Sheena couldn’t have travelled to the US as he had her passport, she convinced him that Sheena had a second passport as well.