To begin with, Delhi Police has recovered some of the weapons used by Aaftab Poonawala to hack the body of his partner Shraddha Walkar. The ring, which belonged to Walkar and Aaftab, was given to his new girlfriend, a psychologist, whom he befriended through the dating app Bumble and married. to the apartment, was also found, police said.
However, the police have not yet clarified what weapons, where and when they were found. Police officials confirmed that the weapons recovered were the same used by Aaftab to hack up Walkar’s body. Aaftab was sent to 13-day judicial custody and lodged in Jail 4 of Tihar Jail. He is monitored 24×7 with CCTV cameras His polygraph test at the Forensic Science Laboratory in Delhi’s Rohini is underway from 11 am.
Accused taken for polygraph test by Delhi Police
Meanwhile, on Tuesday, he was taken for the first session of his polygraph test. He then reportedly fell ill on Wednesday and was taken for further hearings on Thursday and Friday. Aaftab Poonawala allegedly told the Delhi Police that he murdered his live-in partner Shraddha six months ago in their Chhattarpur flat. He then chopped her body into at least 35 pieces, stored them in a refrigerator for about three months and then dumped the parts in South Delhi and Gurugram.
Subsequently, it was also revealed that Aaftab was allegedly dating another woman from the same dating app through which he connected with Shraddha. A woman visited his apartment when Shraddha’s body parts were stored in a freezer. The woman is a psychologist and was grilled by the Delhi Police.
Accused told multiple weapons were used
Moreover, Aaftab Amin Poonawala, accused in Shraddha Walkar’s murder, told the Delhi Police that multiple weapons were used to mutilate her body. In the last few days, the police recovered five large knives, which were sent to a forensic team for investigation, news agency ANI reported, citing sources in Delhi.