Shraddha Walker murder case: Aftab Poonawalla, 28, accused of killing Shraddha Walker, allegedly told doctors during his narco-analysis test on Thursday that he killed her when she threatened to leave him for good.
Poonawalla’s confession came after he confessed to killing Shraddha Walker and disposing of her body parts at various places. In the polygraph test that was conducted on Tuesday, he said that he had no remorse for killing his partner.
On Thursday, the narco test of the accused was done for two hours in Rohini. According to officials, Poonawalla’s narco analysis test was completely successful and his health was absolutely fine.
When asked where he had hidden Shraddha Walker’s head, the accused could not locate a location and only vaguely remembered where he got rid of it. Poonawalla, however, revealed where he had thrown his live-in partner’s clothes, his mobile phone and the weapon that he used to strangle her to pieces.
According to officials, Poonawalla reached Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Hospital in Rohini at 8.40 am and the narco test started at around 10 am. After investigation, he was kept under observation.
Earlier also the accused had told the judge of the Saket court that he killed Walker in a fit of rage. Aftab told the judge during a special hearing, “Every mistake I made was in the heat of the moment.”
Poonawalla was arrested on 12 November and remanded to five days police custody, which was further extended for five days on 17 November. On November 26, the court sent him to judicial custody for 13 days.
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