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Chilling Updates of Shraddha Walkar Murder Case

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Chilling Updates of Shraddha Walkar Murder Case
Chilling Updates of Shraddha Walkar Murder case
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On Thursday, Delhi police have encountered certain chilling revelations in the Shraddha Walkar murder case.

The 28-year-old accused Aaftab Poonawala who was summoned for questioning after October 6 when an application submitted by Shraddha’s father Vikas about his missing daughter began the investigation.

Poonawala had clearly thought out a plan to stonewall the police, and did not hesitate to talk about his live-in relationship with 26-year-old Shraddha.

He has been in custody for several days. But the Delhi Police says it wants at least one more week’s custody of the Aaftab to complete its investigations and gather all evidence.

The police have yet to find the weapon that Aftab used to cut up his girlfriend’s body into 35 pieces after strangling her on May 18. The police are also examining security footage and have asked for details from the dating app Bumble, where Aftab and Shraddha met three years ago.

Aftab has told the police that he disposed of Shraddha’s body parts one by one, during 2 am trips to the forest over 18 days. No one saw him at the time.

Over the past three days, police have recovered more than 10 suspected body parts from the forest area, mostly in the form of bones, but said they needed to be verified through forensic analysis.

After days of search operation conducted in wooded areas of Chhatarpur, forensic and police teams now seem to have found a crucial evidence – part of bone that appears to be a femur (thigh bone).

According to a senior official from the Forensic Science Laboratory, Rohini, the DNA analysis is going to take two weeks as the samples are very old.

Dr Pankaj Shrivastav, in-charge of biology division regional forensic laboratory in Madhya Pradesh’s Bhopal, said that bone is the most difficult part of the body to conduct DNA sampling.

He said, “Bone samples are harder to dig in. First bones have to be cleaned and decalcified which takes 3-5 days and then the sampling is done.”

He added that the main issue of DNA extraction from bones is DNA degradation due to environmental factors and the presence of soil-derived inhibitors like humus acids.

Delhi Police sources said that accused Aaftab confessed before the cops that he burnt Shraddha’s face after dismembering her body to hide her identity. He also confessed that he searched the internet for ways to dispose of the body after the murder.

Aftab has disclosed that on the second day after strangulating Shraddha, he had removed her intestines and internal organs as they had started to decompose. This was done to avoid foul smell emanating from the house as that would have raised neighbours’ suspicion. He put the parts in a plastic bag and threw them in garbage dumps.

After killing Shraddha, Aaftab operated her bank account app and transferred Rs 54,000. The pending water bill of Rs 300 of Aaftab’s flat proved he used a huge amount of water, probably to the blood and any other physical sign of the murder.

Blood stains and surgical gloves by the window were found in the kitchen of the Chhatarpur flat. The samples have been sent for examination.

According to reports, Aaftab cut Shraddha’s body in bathroom. The suspicion arose as he used excess water during the time. He also sold his phone on OLX after killing Shraddha.

A Delhi court on Wednesday gave approval to police to conduct a narco-analysis test on Aaftab. The police claimed he was not cooperating during the investigation and made attempts to mislead the officers.

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