Delhi Murder Case: some of shraddha’s organs and a suitcase were found in a forest in Haryana, police said

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Delhi Police filed a FIR on November 10 after receiving a complaint from Shraddha’s father, and later detained the suspect.

The police discovered a suitcase in Faridabad, Haryana, during a search on Friday, and many human parts were extracted from it. The bones may belong to Shraddha Walkar, a 27-year-old woman who was murdered on May 18 in Delhi’s Chatarpur neighbourhood by her live-in lover, Aaftab Amin Poonawala.
The Delhi Police was alerted when the luggage was found in the Surajkund forest region. Prima facie, according to Faridabad Police, it looked like a person had been killed somewhere else and that a portion of the body had been put here to evade identification, according to an ANI report.
In addition to clothing and a belt that were found close to the luggage, the body’s remains were wrapped in plastic bags and sacks. The body pieces discovered in the bag, including the torso, look to be months old. The gender of the body, according to sources, could not be determined.
According to official sources, “Faridabad police officers have also stated that they will store samples aside, in case Delhi police would wish to go for a DNA test.”
Aaftab, the suspect, took a second polygraph examination on Friday. He had already completed a lengthy polygraph examination on Thursday that lasted over eight hours. Due of his poor health, facility staff found it challenging to capture his statements.
Aaftab is accused of killing Shraddha Walkar by strangling her and sawing her body into 35 pieces, which he then reportedly dumped throughout the city over many days after midnight after keeping them in a 300-liter refrigerator at his Mehrauli home in south Delhi for about three weeks.
The Delhi Police filed a FIR on November 10 after receiving a complaint from Shraddha’s father, and the culprit was later taken into custody. After questioning the suspect further, it was discovered that Aaftab had killed Shraddha on May 18 and had then begun looking into methods to dispose of the body.

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