Devendra Fadnavis on Shraddha Walkars 2020 complaint letter: "She could have been spared."

Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announces investigation into why police failed to take action on Shhradha Walkars complaint letter in 2020 . She said that she may have been saved had she been treated sooner .

Mumbai (Maharashtra) India – On Wednesday, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced that an investigation would be launched into why the police failed to take action on Shhradha Walkar's complaint letter in 2020.She said that she may have been saved had she been treated sooner.The letter, which she described as Shraddhas complaint to Police in 2020, was found to have contain serious errors.We will have to investigate why no action was taken.I dont want to accuse anyone of anything, but such incidents occur if no action is taken on a letter, said Fadnavis.

Police in Maharashtra also responded to the letter issued at that time.The complaintant's application was also investigated.The complainant herself issued a written statement stating there was no contradiction following the investigation.Her friends and parents encouraged her to resolve the dispute.

Aaftab threatened to kill her on the day she was writing the letter, she said, and he threatened to split her into pieces and throw her away.In the letter, Aaftabs parents were aware that he had beaten her up and tried to murder her.I lived with him to this point since we were supposed to marry any time soon and received the blessings of his family.I am not able to live with him hereforth.According to Shraddhas' complaint, he has been threatening me to kill me or hurt me wherever he sees me.Shraddha's body was cut into pieces after being strangled to death by her live-in partner Aaftab.

Aaftab confessed to killing his live-in girlfriend Shraddha in their apartment in West Delhis Chhatarpur and to chopping her body into 35 pieces, according to Delhi Police.Following Shraddha's arrest, Delhi Police registered an FIR on November 10.Aaftab and Shraddha met on a dating website and moved in together to a rented house in Chhatarpur after the incident, according to subsequent interrogation.On his streaming devices, Aaftab also used ideas on how to remove all traces of his crime, according to Delhi Police.According to police, he mopped blood stains from the floor of the couples Chhatarpur apartment with some chemicals and then disposed of all stained clothing.Aaftab then moved the body to the bathroom and bought a freezer where he stored the chopped body parts, according to police.

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