Jigna Vora Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Height, Husband, Movies, Bigg Boss 17, And More

Jigna Vora Wiki & Biography: Jigna Vora, a former crime reporter from India, gained notoriety in 2011 when she was detained on suspicion of murdering famed journalist Jyotirmoy Dey (also known as J Dey). In 2018, she was cleared of all charges.

She has worked for a number of media organizations, including the Asian Age, Mumbai Mirror, Free Press Journal, and Mid-day. She underwent a spiritual shift when she was incarcerated, which inspired her to train as an Aatmic Awareness teacher and a consciousness healer. She also reads tarot cards professionally.

NameJigna Jitendra Vora
Nick NameJV
ProfessionFormer Crime Reporter, Consciousness Healer, Aatmic Awareness Teacher, Tarot Card Reader, Astrologist
Famous ForJournalism
Date Of Birth22 February 1974
BirthplaceGhatkopar, Mumbai
HometownGhatkopar, Mumbai
College/ UniversityDG Ruparel College, Mumbai,
K. J. Somaiya Institute of Management, Mumbai
Food HabitNA
AddressMumbai, Maharashtra, India
HobbiesReading Novels and Listening to songs
Movies, SerialsNA
Height (approx.)5 feet 5 inch
Weight (approx.)75
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Awards/ HonoursNA
Martial StatusNA
ParentsFather: NA Mother: Harshaben

Jigna Vora Biography

Jigna Vora Early Life And Education

Jigna Jitendra Vora was born in 1974, and she is originally from the neighborhood of Ghatkopar in the city of Mumbai. She attended DG Ruparel College, which is associated with the University of Mumbai, in order to earn a bachelor’s degree in law. In addition to that, she graduated from the K. J. Somaiya Institute of Management in Mumbai with a certificate in mass communications.

Her interest in crime reporting was ignited while she was a student at K. J. Somaiya by Velly Thevar, a faculty member who is also a well-known crime reporter working for The Times of India. She had her wedding in 1998 and then went to Bharuch in Gujarat afterward.

In 2004, following the conclusion of her divorce from her husband, she relocated to her childhood home in Garodia Nagar, Ghatkopar, together with her son, who was then four years old.

She made the decision to pursue a career in journalism at the same time that she was fully responsible for the upbringing of her child.

After completing her studies at Ruparel College and getting her diploma, Jigna Vora tied the knot on December 4, 1998. Because it was an arranged marriage, at the insistence of her parents, he had to give up an internship with a well-known legal firm in order to marry her.

Her parents had informed her that her husband was an engineer who managed a printing plant in the city of Bharuch in the state of Gujarat.

In later years, she learned that the accusations were not true, which led to a troubled marriage and eventually a divorce. She is a mother to a boy.

In 2009, when her kid was eight years old, Vora put him through the enrollment process at a boarding school in Panchgani.

Jigna Vora Career

After finishing her formal education, she found her first employment as a court reporter in November 2005 at the Free Press Journal (FPJ), where she worked for a total of ten months before moving on to other opportunities.

Her first task was to report on the trial of the notorious mobster Abu Salem, which took place at the TADA court, which is housed within Arthur Road Jail.

During the subsequent six years, she worked her way up from the position of rookie reporter at an English broadsheet to that of deputy chief of bureau, where she created a name for herself in the field of crime reporting. In 2006, Jigna began working for Mumbai Mirror as a court reporter.

At that time, the sessions court in Kala Ghoda, Mumbai, was the beat that she was responsible for covering.

She reported on her first underground story in December 2005, when Sujata Nikalje, the wife of the notorious gangster Chhota Rajan, was jailed for making extortion threats against a builder in violation of the MCOCA.

After that, Vora began his career in journalism by taking a position with Mid-Day as a senior correspondent covering the session court.

She collaborated with J. Dey during the mid-day shift. Her significant piece of reporting on the contentious encounter with specialist Pradeep Sharma caused shock waves to travel throughout the country.

She started working for Asian Age, a journal that is a part of the Deccan Chronicle, in May of 2008. As a reporter, she covered the stories of numerous accused individuals, such as Fahmeeda, who was accused of participating in a bomb blast; Maria Susairaj, who was suspected of participating in the sensational Neeraj Grover murder case; Jaya Chheda, who was accused of participating in the murder of her husband; and others.

Her body of work includes, but is not limited to: a series of reports on the murder of gangland operative Fareed Tanasha in Tilaknagar; articles on the activities of right-wing terror groups from Gujarat; and a land scam in Andheri, which had at its center a landlord who had been declared dead several times, despite the fact that he was alive and kicking all along. All of these stories contributed to her gaining acclaim.

She was employed as the Deputy Chief of the Bureau of Asian Age in 2011 prior to her arrest for her claimed involvement in the murder of J. Dey.

This occurred before her arrest. She went through a spiritual awakening when she was incarcerated, and as a result, she is now a consciousness healer and an Aatmic Awareness instructor.

She gives private consultations on various therapeutic modalities in addition to hosting meditation classes at her home. Additionally, she is a professional tarot card reader who conducts readings in the comfort of her own home.

It looks like Jigna Vora is going to provide tough competition for fellow housemates in Bigg Boss 17 House.

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