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Sheena had a troubled childhood

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Published on September 04, 2015 with No Comments

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Sheena Bora, the Mumbai girl allegedly murdered by her own mother, was a troubled teenager and fought for acceptance and love and care of her parents. The diary entries Sheena made as a young girl in Guwahati first expresses her love for Indrani, and then later in life, her hate for her mother.

In her diaries, claimed to be in possession of a daily from Mumbai, Sheena jotted down study notes, slam notes from friends, phone numbers and letters to her father. It is apparent that she was sad about not being around her biological father Siddhartha Das and repeatedly urged him to come and visit her. This is contrary to what Siddhartha Das told the media about his correspondence with Sheena Bora being barely in touch with him.

in one of her earlier entries, she writes that she is angry with him. “Daddy, I am very angry with you. O.k. I didn’t get any time to write any letter to you but you should have written to me. Very mean ha! Well, even I am sorry for not writing any letter to you. In Class X, we have to work very hard. In the morning at 7.30. We have to go to school and again I have to attend my maths coaching class 3 O’clock to 4.30 pm and again from 6 O’clock to 8 O’clock my science coaching class. I reach home at about 8.30 pm. Hope you can imagine how hard I’m working.”

Sheena started writing her diary sometime in 2003, when she was in standard X. Her letters to her father reflects that she had great expectations from him. It seems that she first drafted letters to her father in diary and then posted them to him.

She writes: “Daddy, I’ve cut my nails and I haven’t grown them long. I’m following your advice – first studies then style. I know you have a lot to tell me but daddy don’t write anything in any of your letter. I hope you’ll come once before my HSLC exams. Why don’t you make a trip to Guwahati in December. Then you can tell me everything you wanted me to know.”

In another ‘draft’ letter, Sheena enquires from Sidharth which caste she belongs to! “Daddy actually I’m facing a problem. For my HSLC, I’m to fill up some forms and there we are to write to which caste we belong. Daddy, I’m really very confused for I am not sure about my caste. We have got the options – Schedule/OBC/…,” she writes, reported the daily from Mumbai.

In another entry, from the time when she had just appeared for her pre-boards, usually held by the school, she writes that she was sick and could not study much, and that she scored 84%. She even kind of scolded her father for depending on her maternal uncles. She pleaded that he should not start a new venture with two of her mamas, because one of them is looking for a job and will jump the gun the moment he lands a good one. “Don’t you have the capability of starting something from (sic) your own instead of depending upon others,” she asks. She further asks him to give up the job at HITACHI KK and look for a better one.


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