Shraddha Walker murder case: Aftab Amin Poonawala got polygraph test done, blood stains found in the flat. delhi news

New Delhi: A polygraph test of aftab amin poonawallaA Delhi court on Tuesday evening gave its nod to the city police for murdering his live-in partner Shraddha Walker and chopping her body into 35 pieces.
In a major development in the case, investigators found further evidence, including bloodstains at the flat where the two live today.

Earlier in the day, Poonawalla told a Delhi court, which extended his police remand by four days, that he acted in the “heat of the moment” and that, according to Avinash Kumar, the lawyer representing the accused, Wasn’t “intentional”. , Kumar later said after speaking to Poonawalla that he “never confessed in court that he had killed Walker”.
Sources said a questionnaire has been prepared for the polygraph test to trace the sequence of events in the gruesome murder.
After the polygraph test, the police are likely to conduct a narco test, which was allowed by the court last week.
Police have not found Walker’s severed head and other body parts and are hoping for clues to recover vital evidence, including the murder weapon, that could strengthen their case.
Sources said that during police interrogation, the accused told investigators that he dumped the weapon and tools, which were used to cut Walker’s body into 35 pieces, in the DLF Phase III forest area in Gurgaon after May.
On Tuesday evening, the experts started the polygraph test of the accused. A senior FSL official said that the process of polygraph test is taking time. This may last a day or two, depending on how it progresses.
“We have started the process of conducting the polygraph test. A questionnaire has also been prepared and the same will be asked. The duration of the test also depends on the number of breaks taken during the process,” he added.
At the end of his five-day police custody, Poonawalla was produced before Metropolitan Magistrate Aviral Shukla, who extended his custody for four more days.
The police sought extension of his custody on the ground that more body parts and weapons could be recovered on the basis of revelations made by him.
It also informed the court that a rough site plan has been found at the house of the accused which may aid in the search and custodial interrogation, the accused would also be required to link the chain of events in the crime.
“Do you know what you’ve done?” Narrating the proceedings, his legal advisor Avinash Kumar said that the judge asked Poonawalla. The defense lawyer told PTI, and he added that everything happened in a huff and it was not done intentionally.
The lawyer later said that he spoke to Poonawalla for “five-seven minutes today”.
“When I spoke to him in the morning, he looked relaxed and very confident. There was no sign of aggression in him,” he added.
The lawyer said that when he asked Poonawalla whether he was competent to follow the legal proceedings in the case and whether he was satisfied with the defense, he replied in the affirmative. “He never confessed in the court that he killed Walker,” Kumar told PTI.
According to police sources, important clues have been found from the bathroom tiles of Poonawalla’s flat here after the forensic team broke the bathroom tiles and found blood stains on them.
The recovered tiles have been sent for DNA testing to ascertain whether the bloodstains are Walker’s and the report is expected within two weeks.
Meanwhile, Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora visited the DCP (South) office in Hauz Khas to review the progress of investigation in the case.
“We will try to conduct narco and polygraph tests within four days. Several agencies are working on the matter and we will file a collective report in the court. Chargesheet will be filed on the basis of forensic evidence.”
After meeting Arora, a senior police officer said, “We have to connect the dots of the evidence gathered so far. We cannot conclude the investigation on the basis of the confession of the accused.”
Twenty-eight-year-old Poonawalla allegedly strangulated his live-in partner, Walker, and sawed her body into 35 pieces, which he kept in a 300-litre fridge at his residence in south Delhi’s Mehrauli for nearly three weeks, before transporting them across the city. thrown across. Several days past midnight. The murder took place in May.
Meanwhile, the Delhi High Court on Tuesday dismissed a PIL seeking a direction to transfer the Walker murder case probe from Delhi Police to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), calling it a ‘publicity interest litigation’. relaxed me.
(With PTI inputs)

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