The Mumbai Police Crime Branch has solved the murder of a 65-year-old former Censor Board member at her residence in Worli by arresting four persons, including a 15-year-old domestic help. On February 4, around 2.40 pm, a man with a bouquet of flowers came to the building saying that he had to deliver it to the Khannas’ flat. The watchman let him go upstairs. After five minutes, a courier boy who said he had a letter for the Khannas was also allowed to go up. Kiran Khanna and the domestic help were in the flat. After some time, the 15-year-old came out screaming and told a neighbor that Kiran Khanna had been attacked by two men who had left. The neighbor found Khanna lying injured in a bathroom inside the flat. She succumbed to her injuries the same night. A murder case was registered at the Worli police station. According to the police, the motive of the murder was to rob money and jewellery from the flat, and two of the accused have been arrested in theft cases in the past. The victim, Kiran Khanna (65), was a former Censor Board member, and her husband Nandkishore Khanna is a chartered accountant and a tax consultant residing on the third floor of Bhagwan Apartments at Worli. With cameraperson Ravi Nikam, Archana Tripathi for NMTV News.
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