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Peter, Indrani siphoned off Rs 900 cr from 9X Media

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MUMBAI, Nov 26 - Closing in on the financial trail in the Sheena Bora murder case, the CBI today told a court that former media baron Peter Mukerjea and his wife Indrani allegedly siphoned off funds to the tune of Rs 900 crore from their company 9X Media through a layer of nine companies.

The CBI made the submission while telling the court that it has sought Interpol�s help in seeking access to overseas bank accounts of the Mukerjeas, even as it secured extension of Peter�s custody till November 30.

Seeking his custody, CBI, which had claimed financial transaction as the motive behind Sheena�s murder, said investments of crores of rupees were made by the Mukerjea couple and that �Indrani and Peter had formed various companies during 2006-07 and invested Rs 900 crore in them.�

The CBI, represented by Additional Solicitor General Anil Singh, also told the court that the �money siphoned off from INX (in which Peter and Indrani were partners) dealings was routed to Sheena Bora�s HSBC account in Singapore.�

The court was informed that �the CBI has written to Interpol seeking access to accounts of Mukerjeas, including one in Sheena�s name at HSBC Bank, Singapore.�

CBI also told the court that a woman named Gayatri Ahuja, working in DBS Bank Singapore, helped Indrani open an account in HSBC Singapore.

During investigations, Peter told CBI that accounts might have been opened in the name of Sheena Bora (by Indrani) in HSBC and other banks in Hongkong and Singapore.

According to CBI, the couple�s company 9X Media Pvt Ltd carried out its internal audit in which nine companies having shareholding as on March 2009 were found to have instances of alleged misallocation and siphoning of substantial amounts of funds by Peter and Indrani.

The reports of Serious Fraud Investigation Office and Income Tax and documents of chartered accountants substantiate the above facts, the CBI said while seeking Peter�s remand.

Singh also told the court that Indrani and Peter had informed the police that whereabouts of Sheena were not known but later they told police that they have found her. � PTI

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Peter, Indrani siphoned off Rs 900 cr from 9X Media

MUMBAI, Nov 26 - Closing in on the financial trail in the Sheena Bora murder case, the CBI today told a court that former media baron Peter Mukerjea and his wife Indrani allegedly siphoned off funds to the tune of Rs 900 crore from their company 9X Media through a layer of nine companies.

The CBI made the submission while telling the court that it has sought Interpol�s help in seeking access to overseas bank accounts of the Mukerjeas, even as it secured extension of Peter�s custody till November 30.

Seeking his custody, CBI, which had claimed financial transaction as the motive behind Sheena�s murder, said investments of crores of rupees were made by the Mukerjea couple and that �Indrani and Peter had formed various companies during 2006-07 and invested Rs 900 crore in them.�

The CBI, represented by Additional Solicitor General Anil Singh, also told the court that the �money siphoned off from INX (in which Peter and Indrani were partners) dealings was routed to Sheena Bora�s HSBC account in Singapore.�

The court was informed that �the CBI has written to Interpol seeking access to accounts of Mukerjeas, including one in Sheena�s name at HSBC Bank, Singapore.�

CBI also told the court that a woman named Gayatri Ahuja, working in DBS Bank Singapore, helped Indrani open an account in HSBC Singapore.

During investigations, Peter told CBI that accounts might have been opened in the name of Sheena Bora (by Indrani) in HSBC and other banks in Hongkong and Singapore.

According to CBI, the couple�s company 9X Media Pvt Ltd carried out its internal audit in which nine companies having shareholding as on March 2009 were found to have instances of alleged misallocation and siphoning of substantial amounts of funds by Peter and Indrani.

The reports of Serious Fraud Investigation Office and Income Tax and documents of chartered accountants substantiate the above facts, the CBI said while seeking Peter�s remand.

Singh also told the court that Indrani and Peter had informed the police that whereabouts of Sheena were not known but later they told police that they have found her. � PTI

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