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CBI nod to Indrani�s driver as approver

By The Assam Tribune
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MUMBAI, June 6 - In a fresh development in the sensational Sheena Bora murder case, the CBI today told a special court here that it has no objection in making key accused Indrani Mukerjea�s former driver Shyamvar Rai an approver in the case.

Rai had expressed his readiness to �disclose all truths� regarding the crime.

�We have filed our reply and have said that we don�t have any objection in making Rai an approver provided that he reveals all the truth in connection with the case,� said a CBI official.

Rai, one of the accused in the case, had last month told the court that he wanted to turn an approver.

Special CBI prosecutor Kavita Patil, on May 17, had sought more time to file its reply on the desire expressed by Rai, following which special Judge HS Majahan adjourned the case till June 6.

Expressing his desire to turn approver, Rai had said he wanted to �disclose all truths� as he had taken part in Sheena�s killing by strangulation and was present at the time of the murder in 2012.

Recording his statement before a special CBI court then, Rai said he was under �no pressure, threat or coercion� to reveal the facts in the case and was �repentant� about his act. � PTI

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CBI nod to Indrani�s driver as approver

MUMBAI, June 6 - In a fresh development in the sensational Sheena Bora murder case, the CBI today told a special court here that it has no objection in making key accused Indrani Mukerjea�s former driver Shyamvar Rai an approver in the case.

Rai had expressed his readiness to �disclose all truths� regarding the crime.

�We have filed our reply and have said that we don�t have any objection in making Rai an approver provided that he reveals all the truth in connection with the case,� said a CBI official.

Rai, one of the accused in the case, had last month told the court that he wanted to turn an approver.

Special CBI prosecutor Kavita Patil, on May 17, had sought more time to file its reply on the desire expressed by Rai, following which special Judge HS Majahan adjourned the case till June 6.

Expressing his desire to turn approver, Rai had said he wanted to �disclose all truths� as he had taken part in Sheena�s killing by strangulation and was present at the time of the murder in 2012.

Recording his statement before a special CBI court then, Rai said he was under �no pressure, threat or coercion� to reveal the facts in the case and was �repentant� about his act. � PTI

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