Delhi : Man killed his partner and dumped the body parts


New Delhi: In an unbelievable case, a man is accused of strangling his live-in spouse. Dismembering her body into 35 parts, and then dumping the remains in Delhi’s Mehrauli forest. Over the course of 18 days, according to police officials. For five to six months after the murder, he got away with it.
Every day, he would leave around 2 am, according to reports, to dispose of the body parts.

The perpetrator has been sentenced a five-day police detention

Shraddha Walkar, his live-in girlfriend reportedly strangled by Aftab Ameen Poonawala. On May 18 after an altercation. According to accounts, he then cut her corpse into 35 parts and purchased a 300-liter refrigerator to store them. They added that he dispersed her body parts around the Mehrauli woods over the next 18 days.

While working in Mumbai, the couple fell in love. After overcoming opposition from their family, they moved to Delhi around the end of April or the first week of May. He strangled her after an argument over marriage broke out between them while they were still residing in the capital, according to Ankit Chauhan, Additional DCP-I for the South district.

Shraddha’s friend told her brother in September that her phone turned off for more than two months. Her family too checked her social media accounts, but there were no recent posts. Vikash Madan Walker, the victim’s father, reported his daughter missing to Mumbai police in November.The victim’s last known location discovered in Delhi during the initial investigation. The case handed over to Delhi police as a result.

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Poonawala is the subject of a murder investigation by the police

Although the police claimed to have found some remains in the forest, it is unknown if these are human remains. They claimed that the accused, who reportedly trained as a chef, did not yet have the knife that he used.

“A girl slain by her lover in Delhi and put in the fridge in 35 parts in a heartbreaking tragedy. Her lifeless body’s fragments scattered over the metropolis. What sort of monsters exist in modern society? The offender detained by the police; he needs to receive serious punishment “Swati Maliwal, the head of the Delhi Commission for Women, stated in a tweet.

The National Commission for Women has requested that Delhi Police undertake a thorough and timely investigation into the woman’s killing.

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