<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in its reply to Indrani Mukerjea’s application seeking call data records of Peter, on Thursday, claimed that the application was filed with malafide intentions to divert the court’s attention from the deposition of her driver, Shyamvar Rai.The CBI, and the accused, Peter Mukerjea, on Thursday, filed their reply on the application filed by Indrani Mukerjea, in which she accused Peter and her driver Syamwar Rai, an accused turned approver, of allegedly being involved in the sudden disappearance of her daughter Sheena Bora. Peter claimed that Indrani’s move is with an ulterior motive to defame him. Indrani in her application had sought for the call data records (CDR) of Peter so as to establish the claim as alleged in her application. The CBI claimed that there is sufficient evidence available on records to prove the allegations against Indrani and other accused persons including the role played by each accused in the commission of offence.Peter’s lawyer in his reply said,”The allegations made by Indrani are completely false and per say defamatory to the knowledge of Indrani herself.

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Indrani Mukerjea’s plea for Peter’s call records rejected