The case of Shraddha Walker’s murder in Delhi’s Mehrauli is still unsolved.
The case of Shraddha Walker’s murder in Delhi’s Mehrauli is still unsolved. A Delhi Police team is searching for evidence from the capital to Maharashtra and Uttarakhand. Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s first reaction to the Shraddha Walker murder case has come out. On the Shraddha murder case, Amit Shah said that whoever killed Shraddha Walkar will get strict punishment. Accused Aftab is in police remand for 4 days, after which the period of police custody will end.
Responding to a question related to Shraddha’s murder, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the Delhi Police, the prosecution will ensure that whoever killed Shraddha Walker gets severe punishment at the earliest. Shraddha Walker was murdered on May 18, allegedly by her live-in partner Aftab Poonawalla. According to Delhi Police, Aftab allegedly strangled his live-in-partner and dismembered her body into 35 pieces.
It may be mentioned that Aftab Poonawala (28) was arrested by the Delhi Police on November 12 on charges of murdering Shraddha in her rented flat in South Delhi’s Mehrauli area. Police said Aftab strangled Shraddha and cut her body into about 35 pieces, which he kept in a 300 liter fridge at home for about three weeks and then dumped them in different areas of the city over several days. The matter came to light when Shraddha’s father filed a missing complaint with the Vasai police.
The Delhi Police is yet to find a piece of Shraddha’s head, nor the weapon with which the killer killed Shraddha and dismembered her body into 35 pieces. Police are now resorting to polygraph and narco test to extract the truth from accused Aftab. Aftab is undergoing a polygraph test. During the polygraph test today, he will be asked around 60 questions in three sessions. 20-20 questions can be asked in each session.