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The Indrani Mukerjea saga continues

Friday, April 13, 2018

Looking at recent pictures of Indrani Mukerjea, who’s been accused of the murder of her daughter Sheena Bora, is itself testimony of the enormous suffering that this once high-society dame has been undergoing. Reduced to skin and bones, her eyes glazed over from illness, Indrani’s recent bout in the hospital ICU was allegedly caused by an overdose of antidepressants. Now on a wheelchair and behind bars, her shame and mortification is on display for all to see. Between battling bouts of unconsciousness, she is additionally facing an Enforcement Directorate (ED) investigation for allegedly bribing a top politician to get business clearances in the past. Where are those hundreds of crores of rupees that she has reportedly stashed away in her bank accounts, now? And of what help are they in a situation like this? And is there a lesson to be learned by us from all of this seemingly endless humiliation and suffering? Such as the wisdom that whatever one does yields proportionate consequences either for good or bad… and that, as the sages inform us about the law of cause and effect, one is accountable for every thought that one hosts, every word one utters and every single action that one takes in this realm called life?

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