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Preparation for Aftab’s narco test in Shraddha murder case, Delhi Police files application in court

In the Shraddha Murder Case in Delhi’s Saket Court, the Delhi Police has sought permission to conduct a narco test on Aftab. Although the consent of the accused is required for the narco test, till now the written permission has not been received by the police from the court. It is a long process. Many tests have to be done. Aftab has to appear in the court tomorrow. Aftab is constantly trying to divert the investigation.

Police said that he is not giving correct information about Shraddha’s mobile and the saw used for the murder. Sometimes he is talking about throwing the mobile in Maharashtra and sometimes in Delhi. So far he has not given any information about the weapon. Now the police will go to the bottom of the matter through narco test. Earlier, the police had taken Aftab to the same forest where he had thrown the pieces of Shraddha’s body.

Why is the police taking the help of a psychiatrist?

Delhi Police says that the help of a psychiatrist is being taken for questioning Aftab. The way he carried out the murder and cut the dead body into 35 pieces, the police feel that his mental condition is not good. That’s why when he is being interrogated, a psychiatrist is also with the police team to understand his mental condition.

The case was registered after a friend’s apprehension

A missing report of Shraddha Walker was lodged at the Manikpur police station on October 12 in front of the Palghar police. In fact, Shraddha’s childhood friend Laxman had told Shraddha’s father Vikas Walker that he has not been in contact with his daughter for the past several months and there is a possibility of untoward incident. After this, Shraddha’s father Vikas Walker lodged a complaint.

The accused kept putting the dead body like this

Many things have come to light so far regarding Aftab Amin Poonawala, accused of killing his ‘live-in partner’ in Delhi and throwing her body into pieces. Earlier, the police took him to Chhatarpur forest, where he allegedly threw 35 pieces of Shraddha Walker’s body. Poonawalla is alleged to have kept Shraddha’s body parts in a 300-litre fridge at his home in south Delhi’s Mehrauli for nearly three weeks and disposed of them over several days.