Shraddha murder case: Aftab started answering in English in polygraph test, such questions were asked in Hindi

Shraddha Walker Murder Case: Everyday new revelations are happening in the Shraddha Walker murder case. Police is also conducting a polygraph test to get the truth out of Aftab Poonawalla, accused of cutting the body into 35 pieces after killing him. Aftab’s polygraph test went on for eight hours at the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) in Delhi’s Rohini on Thursday. During this, he was questioned about how he committed the crime, how he had a relationship with Shraddha Walker. Apart from this, many questions and answers related to his childhood and family were also asked.

The polygraph test began at approximately 11:50 am. Initially his blood pressure was measured. During the polygraph test, Aftab was questioned about his childhood, his friends and his relationship with live-in partner Shraddha Walker. More details about the case were taken from Poonawalla as to what was the motive behind killing Walker. After committing the crime, where did he go to dispose of the dead body. Though questions were asked to Aftab in Hindi, he was answering in English.

dating related questions

According to ‘India Today’, Aftab was also asked about the sequence of events that happened since they started dating. Apart from this, it was also questioned that how did he decide to dispose of it after cutting it into 35 pieces. Sources said FSL officials and experts are trying to trace the places where he might have dumped the severed body parts of his live-in partner and also her phone, which would help them in further investigation.

50 questions asked to Aftab

Sources said that Aftab Poonawalla cooperated during the polygraph test and around 50 questions were asked to him. The test could not be done on Wednesday as Poonawalla had fever. A source in FSL was quoted as saying by PTI that it was also asked what kind of weapon Aftab used to cut Shraddha’s body. On the other hand, Aftab had to undergo the first session of polygraph test, also known as lie detector test, on Tuesday. Earlier this week, the police had sought permission from a Delhi court to extend Poonawalla’s custody and conduct polygraph and narco-analysis tests on him. Police said the narco test is likely to be conducted next week.

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