Aftab Poonawalla’s police investigation expired on Saturday, and a local court sentenced him to 13 days of judicial prison. Officers reported that he had been taken to Tihar prison. Sagar Preet Hooda, special commissioner of police for law and order, stated that the police had started the legal procedure of Aftab for more polygraph examinations.
Aftab is charged with killing his live-in partner Shraddha Walker by murdering her on May 28 and brutally cutting her body into several parts, keeping them in a refrigerator, and then dumping them in the Chhatarpur forest next to his home over three months periods.
An officer stated that the DNA test results related to the murder case have not been yet given to the police. They further said that the blood samples from Shraddha’s father and brother have been taken to compare their DNA to body pieces of Shraddha Walker that have already been found in the case. The victim’s head, the rest of her corpse, and the tool that was used to cut her body apart are still missing, according to the authorities.
At the Forensic Science Laboratory in Rohini, Aftab had his third round of polygraph testing. According to sources, he was questioned again about his connection with Shraddha, his family, and his career, past to rule out any errors in his first answers. Within two to three days, according to FSL specialists, they will review the recordings, compile a final report, and provide it to the police. The decision on Aftab’s narco-analysis test, which may also be completed by forensic specialists inside the Tihar jail.