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Indrani lodges complaint against jail officials

By The Assam Tribune
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MUMBAI, June 29 - Sheena Bora murder case accused Indrani Mukerjea today filed a complaint with police alleging that she was beaten up by Byculla Prison officials even as her medical examination found that she had �received some injuries.�

The 44-year-old former media executive, booked for rioting in the women�s prison along with other inmates, was yesterday given permission by a special CBI court to lodge her complaint with the city police after undergoing a medical examination in a hospital here.

Following the court�s direction, Indrani went to the Nagpada police station at around 12.30 am and submitted a written application, a senior police officer said.

In her complaint, she also alleged that she was hurt when the prison officials cane-charged the inmates after they gathered to vent their anger at the death of a fellow-inmate, the officer said.

Indrani was among nearly 200 inmates of the Byculla Jail booked by Nagpada police for rioting and other offences after they staged a protest over the death of a convict, Manju Govind Shette (45). � PTI

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Indrani lodges complaint against jail officials

MUMBAI, June 29 - Sheena Bora murder case accused Indrani Mukerjea today filed a complaint with police alleging that she was beaten up by Byculla Prison officials even as her medical examination found that she had �received some injuries.�

The 44-year-old former media executive, booked for rioting in the women�s prison along with other inmates, was yesterday given permission by a special CBI court to lodge her complaint with the city police after undergoing a medical examination in a hospital here.

Following the court�s direction, Indrani went to the Nagpada police station at around 12.30 am and submitted a written application, a senior police officer said.

In her complaint, she also alleged that she was hurt when the prison officials cane-charged the inmates after they gathered to vent their anger at the death of a fellow-inmate, the officer said.

Indrani was among nearly 200 inmates of the Byculla Jail booked by Nagpada police for rioting and other offences after they staged a protest over the death of a convict, Manju Govind Shette (45). � PTI