Published on: 22 January 2023 at 16:10 IST
As per Reported Delhi Police have drafted a 3000-page chargesheet in Shraddha Walkar Murder Case.
Police Drafted the Chargesheet against Aaftab Amin Poonawalla accused of murdering his live-in partner Shraddha Walkar and chopping her body into 35 pieces with a saw-like object.
Delhi Police has listed around 100 witnesses in the same matter.
The Delhi Police also presented forensic and electronic evidence has been made the basis of the draft charge sheet of more than 3000 pages. The Delhi police are likely to submit the chargesheet by January end.
Accused Aftab Poonawalla strangled Shraddha Walkar till death Their Flat in Chattarpur Delhi.
After strangulation and Murder Aftab cut the body into several pieces and tried to dispose in the near Forest area.
Delhi Police have also mentioned in the charge sheet that the bones recovered from the forests of Chhatarpur and their DNA report which confirmed that the bones belonged to Shraddha as Reported.
Apart from this, the confession of Aftab Poonawala and the report of the narco test are also included, although both these reports do not have much importance in the court, as per Delhi Police sources. On January 4, the police said samples of hair and bones recovered by them from a forest area in South Delhi’s Mehrauli matched with Shraddha’s.
A mitochondrial DNA report of the samples found in the forest area of Mehrauli and sent for testing at the Centre for DNA Fingerprinting Diagnostic (CDFD) in Hyderabad matched with that of the victim’s father and brother, the Delhi Police said.
It is alleged that after chopping Shraddha’s body, Aaftab bought a refrigerator to preserve the chopped pieces before disposing of the remains at different locations in and around Delhi, at night-time over the next 18 days.
Delhi Police claimed in the court that accused Aaftab of giving misleading answers to questions. During preliminary investigation, Shraddha’s last location was found to be in Delhi, and the case was accordingly transferred to Delhi Police.