Wife of policeman who probed Sheena Bora case found murdered


The wife of a police inspector, who was part of the team that probed the sensational Sheena Bora murder case, has been found dead at their Vakola residence in suburban Santa Cruz here last night, police said. According to a report in Hindustan Times, Ganore found his wife's body with a smiley drawn in the blood next to her with the words, "Tired of her. Catch me and hang me".

The boy has since been missing. Ganore is attached to the Khar police station that investigated the Sheena Bora murder case under the supervision of the then Mumbai police chief Rakesh Maria.

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Deepali Ganore was found lying in blood, a knife next to her, by her husband, inspector Dyaneshwar Ganore, who came home from work around 3.30 am. He was reportedly part of the team that executed the arrest of Indrani Mukerjea nee Bora, who is one the three suspects in the murder of her daughter Sheena Bora.

He called up his wife, Dipali, assuming that she had gone to sleep, but her cellphone was switched off. He broke open the door and found his wife Deepali's body in a pool of blood with her throat slit. "He immediately called the police control room and informed them about the murder", said a police officer privy to the case.

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Meanwhile, Vakola police has registered a murder case and is investigating into the matter.

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