Sources claim that more than one weapon was used in the murder of Shraddha Walkar.

Aaftab Poonawala, 28, performed a polygraph test in the probe into the murder that has shocked the nation . The exam was postponed yesterday because he was sick .

According to police sources, Aaftab Poonawala may have used more than one weapon to chop up Shraddha Walkar's body after strangling her at their Delhi home in May.According to reports, Aaftab Poonawala, 28, performed a polygraph test in the probe into the murder that has shocked the nation.According to officials, the exam was postponed yesterday because he was sick.He will also take a narco exam, so it was vital to get his polygraph and narco done properly.

It's a lengthy process.According to Delhi Police reports, a narco test can be performed in judicial detention even after the detention has been complete, according to Delhi Police sources.According to Delhi Police, Aaftab Poonawala committed the Shraddha Walkars murder in Himachal Pradesh, where the two went on holiday for weeks in March-April before arriving in Delhi.According to investigators, he appears to have chosen a strategic location for his family's house in Delhi, close to the Mehrauli forest, which he stored in a fridge he bought for the purpose and dumped bit by bit, over 18 days, in the forests around their Chhatarpur apartment.

Two main flaws were revealed in 2020, when the Mumbai Police failed to respond to a detailed letter in which Shraddha Walkar had alleged sexual assault by Aaftab Poonawala and revealed that he had threatened to kill her and chop up her body into pieces.Aaftab Poonawala was summoned by Mumbai Police for questioning, but he was apparently not aggressive.The murder was finally revealed in November, after Aaftab Poonawala and Shraddha Walkar met on dating website Bumble and moved in together to a rented apartment in Chhatarpur as the relationship progressed.Following the investigation of the accused, Delhi Police released a first information report (FIR) on November 10.

The police said he wiped blood stains from the floor of the couple's Chhatarpur apartment with some chemicals and disposed of all stained clothes.He then shifted the body to the bathroom and bought a refrigerator where he stored the chopped body parts.

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