Shraddha Murder Case: Aftab’s narco test will be conducted today, he confessed to the crime in the polygraph test, another search operation in the forests of Chhatarpur-Gurugram.

Aftab Narco Test: Aftab Poonawal, the accused in the Shraddha murder case of Delhi, will undergo a narco test today. Before this, Aftab was subjected to a polygraph test, in which he confessed his crime. Delhi Police has also formed an SIT to investigate the matter. On the other hand, on the basis of Aftab’s statements and the investigation conducted so far, another search operation will be conducted in the forests of Chhatarpur and Gurugram so that the body parts or other evidence can be recovered.

November 29 A Delhi court had allowed Aftab Amin Poonawala’s narco test to be conducted at the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSC) in Rohini. Poonawalla’s lawyer Abinash Kumar said that the police had sought permission to take the accused to the laboratory in Rohini on December 1 and 5, which the court accepted.

Strictly Security Arrangements, Monday’s Attack He was arrested on the spot. In view of this incident, security has been tightened near the laboratory. Poonawala was taken to FSL for a polygraph test on Monday when he was assaulted. Aftab Poonawala has confessed to the crime. Sources gave this information on Wednesday. According to sources, the polygraph test ended on Tuesday after several sessions. he said, "The accused has confessed to killing Shraddha Walker and dismembering her body and throwing it in various areas."

Murder of Shraddha and 35 pieces 

28-year-old Aftab Poonawala is accused of murdering her ‘live-in partner’ Shraddha Walker and There is an allegation of cutting the dead body into 35 pieces. It is alleged that he kept the body parts in a 300 liter refrigerator at his house in south Delhi’s Mehrauli for about three weeks and then dumped them at different places in the city over several nights.

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