Sheena Bora murder case: Telecom company to give digital copy of call data records
Defence lawyers had alleged the prosecution had tampered with the call data records of Rai, as some of the details are missing.mumbai Updated: Jan 23, 2018 21:50 IST
Refuting the allegations of tampering of call data records (CDR) of driver Shyamwar Rai in connection with the Sheena Bora murder case, the nodal officer of the telecommunication company told the court it would submit a digital copy of the records.
The nodal officer on Tuesday appeared before the special CBI court and told the court he had submitted the record retrieved from the server. However, in case of doubts, he would submit a fresh digital copy, after verification from the company’s IT department, he said. The case is now adjourned to February 2, when the officer will make the submission.
Defence lawyers had alleged the prosecution had tampered with the call data records of Rai, as some of the details are missing. The application was first filed by Peter Mukerjea and later by his wife Indrani.
According to the prosecution, Rai was arrested by officers of Khar police from Carter Road, Bandra, while he was on his way to dispose of the pistol allegedly given to him. The defence claimed Rai was not arrested on August 21, 2015, but was detained much before his arrest.
First Published: Jan 23, 2018 21:49 IST