Delhi Police to File Complaint Against Aaftab Poonawala at Saket Court Today


Shraddha Murder Case: Delhi Police File 3000 Page Complaint Containing List of 100 Witnesses Against Aaftab Poonawala | FPJ

Delhi: Delhi Police are expected to file a complaint in the Shraddha Walkar murder case with the Saket District Court on Tuesday. Delhi Police drafted a 3000-page complaint against Shraddha’s domestic partner and charged Aaftab Poonawala, who was charged in the case.

According to the report, the draft bill also included the testimony of about 100 witnesses to the case. The bill is thoroughly based on each significant piece of forensic and electronic evidence that police have gathered after months of investigation and search.

The claim is currently being reviewed by legal experts.

Police also cited Aaftab’s drug test results and forensic test reports, along with his confession in the indictment. It is currently being reviewed by legal experts.

Murder of Shraddha

Aaftab Poonawala, 28, killed Shraddha last May, cut her body into 35 pieces, kept them in a 300-litre refrigerator for nearly three weeks at his home in Mehrauli, south Delhi, and then dumped them across the city over several days. do.

Delhi police claimed to have solved a six-month-old murder case after arresting Aaftab based on a complaint filed by Shraddha’s father.

Aaftab and Shraddha met on a dating site and as their relationship grew, they moved together into a rental property in Chhatarpur.

After receiving a complaint from Shraddha’s father, Delhi Police filed an FIR on 10 November.

Subsequent questioning of the accused revealed that Aaftab had started researching how to dispose of the body after killing Shraddha on 18 May. He also borrowed the idea for the denunciation from a popular crime show on his streaming device, Delhi Police said.

He also told police that he read about human anatomy before cutting up his girlfriend’s body.

Police said Aaftab searched the internet for how to remove all traces of his crime, then wiped bloodstains from the floor of the couple’s Chhatarpur apartment with some chemicals and also disposed of all the stained clothes.

He then moved the body to the bathroom and purchased a refrigerator to store the dismembered body, police further revealed.

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