Shraddha Walker, Aftab
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The fight between Shraddha Walkar and Aftab Poonawala started over the issue of bringing goods from Mumbai to Delhi. After this, the quarrel reached Shraddha’s Gurgram friend. Aftab had interrogated Shraddha when he went to Gurugram. The quarrel between the two about this increased. After this, Aftab killed Shraddha. The accused had not consumed alcohol at the time of Shraddha’s murder. The South District Police said these things in the police report filed with the court on Tuesday. The police consider the DNA matching as the strongest evidence against the accused Aftab.
According to senior Delhi police sources, Shraddha had befriended the Gurugram youth about a month ago. Both got to know each other through the dating app. The youngster is currently doing a private job in Gurugram. South District Police questioned this friend of Shraddha several times. The boy has told the police that Shraddha first came to meet him on May 17. After this, she proceeded to Delhi on 18 May. According to police officials, Aftab was found there when Shraddha reached the flat in Chhattarpur. Aftab had booked food online.
Shraddha and Aftab had eaten together. After this, talks began about bringing goods from Mumbai. Shraddha had asked Aftab to get the goods from Mumbai. Aftab then said why he should have taken the goods with him. Why do all the work there? As the matter escalated, Aftab asked Shraddha what was the reason for meeting her friend from Gurugram. There was a fight between the two over this matter and he killed Shraddha by strangling her.
Police did not name the documents
The police wrote on the charge sheet that the suspect had cut Shraddha’s body into pieces, but the charge sheet does not state how many pieces he had cut. Police have written that 12 to 13 parts of Shraddha’s body were recovered at the behest of the suspect.
The police mainly have circumstantial evidence
The South District Police put mostly circumstantial evidence on the charge sheet. Police officials believe that the police have enough evidence to punish the suspect. The police tells DND Milan most of the evidence against Aftab.