Shraddha Murder Case: Aftab’s narco test will be done, Saket court orders Rohini Forensic Lab.
There is big news from New Delhi in the Shraddha murder case. Saket Court has asked Rohini Forensic Science Lab to conduct a narco test of Shraddha Walker’s murder of accused Aftab Poonawalla in 5 days.
New revelations are happening every moment in the continuous investigation of this murder case.
The accused murdered his live-in partner Shraddha in Mehrauli, Delhi, and cut her body into 18 to 20 pieces. Earlier it was said that he had cut Shraddha’s body into 35 pieces.
Police told that when Aftab was caught, he was throwing dust in his eyes by giving round answers. But, when the police strictly interrogated him, he broke down and spilled all the secrets of the murder.
According to the police, Aftab first reached Mumbai after disposing of Shraddha’s dead body. Police teams have turned to several states including Uttarakhand, and Himachal to speed up the investigation and investigate Aftab’s horoscope.
Police are collecting information related to every trip of Shraddha and Aftab.
Laptop opening important secret.
Police told that Aftab’s laptop is also revealing many important secrets of his life.
Apart from this, the Delhi Police is trying to read Aftab’s mind through the country’s most experienced psychiatrists and mind readers.
It is being told that from the freeze where Aftab had kept the pieces of the dead body, the police are expected to get maximum forensic evidence related to Shraddha’s dead body.
The accused used to go to the forest without fear.
During police interrogation, it was found that Aftab used to walk fearlessly to the forest to dispose of the body parts and he had neither a two-wheeler nor a car.
Not only this, Aftab did not use any ordinary knife or a chopper to cut Shraddha’s body into pieces.
All the characters related to this case are in contact with the police whether it is Aftab’s friend Badri or Rohan who got the flat on rent.
Police are in touch with Aftab’s friends as well as his family. According to Aftab’s father, he was a very open-minded boy, who did not like restrictions.