Police believe the Shraddha Murder is connected to a suitcase containing body parts discovered in Haryana.

Body found in suitcase in Faridabad forest believed to be of Shraddha Walkar . Police believe body parts were found in suitcase and clothes found near suitcase .

India New Delhi, November 25, : The body found from a suitcase in a Haryanas Faridabad forest on Thursday afternoon is believed to be of Shraddha Walkar, a 27-year-old woman who was killed in Delhi by her live-in partner.Following the recuperation of the suitcase with body parts in the Surajkund forest area, Faridabad Police have contacted Delhi Police.The remains were buried in a plastic bag and a sack, according to police, and clothes and a belt were also recovered near the suitcase.According to a statement issued by Faridabad Police, it appeared that a person was murdered somewhere else and that a part of the body was dumped here to avoid identification.

According to Delhi police, the body that was discovered in the suitcase may be linked to the Shraddha Walker murder trial.According to sources, the body parts (including the torso) discovered in the suitcase seem to be months old, and it is uncertain if they were made by a man or woman.The body parts have been sent for post-mortem examination, according to them, and it will become clear once the post-mortem report is delivered.Official sources told Faridabad police officials that they will keep samples aside in the event that Delhi police want to perform a DNA examination.

Aaftab is accused of murdering Shraddha, his live-in partner, and breaking her body into 35 pieces.He is also accused of storing the chopped body parts in a freezer before dumping them in the forests of south Delhi's Chhatarpur.As the relationship grew, Aaftab and Shraddha met on a dating website and moved into a rented house in Chhatarpur.Delhi Police filed an FIR on November 10 after receiving the complaint from Shraddhas father, and the suspect was arrested later that day.

Delhi Police revealed that he also borrowed ideas on how to dispose of old crime shows on his streaming devices.He told police that he mingled with human anatomy before cutting his girlfriend's body.Aaftab wiped blood stains from the floor of the couples Chhatarpur apartment with some chemicals and washed away all stained clothing, according to police.According to police, he then moved the body to the bathroom and bought a freezer where he stored the chopped body parts.

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