The Delhi police have ready a 3,000-page draft chargesheet towards Aaftab Poonawala who allegedly murdered his live-in companion Shraddha Walkar and reduce up her physique into 35 items earlier than scattering them throughout the town, sources have mentioned.
The draft doc, sources say, has testimonies of greater than 100 witnesses and it’s primarily based on essential digital and forensic proof which cops have gathered throughout their months-long investigation.
Cops have additionally cited Aaftab’s confessions, his narco take a look at end result and forensic take a look at experiences within the draft chargesheet. It’s presently being reviewed by authorized consultants.
Aaftab Poonawala is alleged to have killed Shraddha Walkar final 12 months on Might 18 at their rented flat in Delhi’s Mehrauli after an argument. He had chopped up her physique into 35 items which he saved in a 300-litre fridge.
He later dumped the physique components within the Mehrauli forest space over a number of days.
The noticed and blade allegedly used to cut up the physique had been allegedly thrown within the bushes at part of Gurugram, whereas the meat cleaver was dumped in a dustbin in south Delhi, sources mentioned.
Final month, a DNA take a look at had confirmed that the bones that Aaftab Poonawala led the cops to within the city forest had been Shraddha’s.
The crime got here to mild progressively after her father went to the police of their hometown in Maharashtra someday in October.
The daddy, Vikas Walkar, had not been in contact together with her as he was upset over her inter-faith relationship with Aaftab Poonawala. Having met over a courting app, the couple lived collectively for some months of their hometown Vasai close to Mumbai earlier than shifting to Delhi solely in Might final 12 months.
The 28-year-old has been in judicial custody since November final 12 months. Aaftab, sources say, had earlier instructed a Delhi court docket that he had killed his companion Shraddha Walkar “within the warmth of the second”.
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