Aaftab Shraddha case

Shraddha Case: Aaftab’s Post-Narco Test Interview Tomorrow

After the narco analysis test of Aaftab Poonawalla, accused in the Shraddha Walkar murder case, was successfully completed on Thursday, a four-member team will visit the Central jail tomorrow for the ‘Post-Narco Test Interview’.

According to the prison officials, the arrangement was made keeping in view the security of the accused who has recently attacked outside the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) office in Delhi.
“Four member team of Forensic Science Laboratory and Investigating officer will visit the Central jail tomorrow for the ‘Post-Narco Test Interview’. This arrangement has been made in view of the high risk involved in the transportation of Aftab,” the prison officials said.

Aaftab’s narco analysis test was conducted at the Baba Saheb Ambedkar Hospital in the national capital’s Rohini, Delhi Police officials said earlier today.

Aaftab was brought by Delhi Police from Tihar jail where he is currently lodged, to the Rohini hospital around 9 am for a narco test after a Delhi court gave permission for the analysis.

Before undergoing a narco analysis test, Aaftab was given a general examination to check his blood pressure, pulse rate, body temperature, and heartbeat. He also signed a consent form agreeing to the narco test after which he was put under anesthesia and he was subjected to the narco analysis.

The narco test was conducted by a team of FSL officials which includes a photo expert, forensic psychology expert and one doctor of forensic medicine, and the Nodal Officer, Narco, Ambedkar Hospital.

The narco test of Aaftab was over by 11:45 pm after which he was kept under doctors’ observation and given psychotherapy.

When Aaftab regained full consciousness the Delhi Police team took him back to Tihar with full security.

On Monday the police van carrying Aaftab came under attack by some sword-wielding men.

In the case registered under the Mehrauli Police Station under sections 365, 302, 201 of the Indian Penal Code, the narco test of the accused Aaftab began this morning, according to Sagar Preet Hooda, IPS, Special CP (Law & Order) Zone II.

Delhi Police said that earlier during a polygraph test conducted at the Forensic Science Laboratory office in the national capital, Aaftab had confessed to killing Shraddha in May this year and chopping her body into many pieces. He is also alleged to have stored the chopped body parts in a refrigerator and gradually disposed them of.

A Delhi court had permitted the police to conduct a polygraph test and a narco analysis of Aaftab after the Delhi Police submission that the accused was giving misleading answers to questions. (ANI)

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Jain CCTV Case Report: Min Misused His Official Position

The Inquiry Committee report on the purported leaked CCTV footage from the Tihar jail of Satyendar Jain made massive claims regarding the “special facilities” given to the jailed Delhi Minister.

The Committee, comprising Pr. Secy. (Home), Pr. Secy. (Law) and Secy. (Vigilance), said that Jain “violated norms and rules of the prison” and also “misused his official position and authority”.
The report said that at least five inmates, identified as Rinku (POCSO accused), Afsar Ali, Manish (POCSO accused), Sonu Singh, and Dilip Kumar, were “pressurized” by the Jail administration including Jail Superintendent, Jail Warden, and Jail Munshi.

It said that the officials pressurized them to provide “special services” to the jailed Minister.

“(The report) underlines that a retinue of Jail officials including Wardens, Munshis and other staff were involved in the service of Satyendar Jain,” it said.

The Committee said that it found “collusion” on part of the DG Prison, Sandeep Goel with Satyendar Jain, and recommended departmental proceedings against Goel for extending VIP treatment to the Minister.

“Sandeep Goel met Satyendar Jain in his cell for about 50 minutes on October 6, 2022, from 18.39 hrs to 19.29 hrs. This reflects that Sandeep Goel was quite close to Satyendar Jain and indicates the collusion of top brass, i.e. the then DG (Prisons) Sandeep Goel,” it said.

According to the report, the inmates who were seen giving services to Jain did not offer any service “out of love and affection”, but out of fear.

“The inmates did not offer any service to Jain voluntarily or out of “love and affection” as cited by the suspended Jail Superintendent Ajit Kumar. Instead, the inmates feared that if they refused to obey, they would be given “Punishment Tickets” or tortured in jail,” the report said.

It further said that Jain violated Prison Rules frequently and held “court in his room”.

“In violation of Prison Rules, Satyendra Jain frequently held court in his room with co-accused in the same case Vaibhav Jain and Ankush Jain apart from Sanjay Gupta and Raman Bhuraria who are accused in other cases filed by ED. Such meetings often happened even during restricted curfew hours,” it said.

The report said that the massage, which was claimed by the Aam Aadmi Party as ‘physiotherapy’, was given by another inmate Rinku involuntarily.

“The massage given by Rinku was facilitated by jail authorities as special treatment to Satyendra Jain. This massage was not voluntary or out of love and affection, as claimed by the then Superintendent Jail but was in the nature of leisure for enjoying a lavish lifestyle in jail by Satyendra Jain. This can also be termed to be an abuse of authority and in violation of norms of the jail,” it said.

The Committee’s report said that the then Jail Superintendent Ajit Kumar interacted with Jain in his cell for about 15 minutes on September 12.

Making a sensational charge, the report said that the jailed Minister made a “benami use of the jail account cards of other inmates” to “purchase fruits/food and other items for his personal use”.

“These jail account cards were recharged by the Jail warden and other financially well-off inmates,” it said.

“3-4 Jail account cards were used by Satyendra Jain and his close aide Sanjay Gupta to purchase consumables from the jail canteen. This was done to circumvent the monthly monetary limit of Rs 7,000 per card per month,” it added.

The Mulakat Records for the month of September and October show that Poonam Jain, wife of Satyendar Jain, and other family members met him in Jail on several occasions at “restricted places” on the Jail premises “not meant for such visits”.

According to the report, Rinku who is a POCSO accused gave a massage to Jain. The inmate is accused of raping a minor.

Afsar Ali who is in Jail for not paying maintenance to his wife, mopped and cleaned Jain’s cell.

Manish (POCSO accused) provided fruits and outside food to Jain. He is accused of raping a minor.

Sonu Singh is in Jail for not paying maintenance to his wife. He mopped and cleaned Jain’s cell.

Dilip Kumar, another Tihar inmate provided cleaning services to Jain.

According to the report, the statements of the inmates were recorded.

Rinku, who gave Jain a message said, “I have provided the massage to the inmate Satyendar Jain and that too at the instructions of jail officials. Now I am being threatened. I have not even taken a drop of water from the cell of Satyendra Jain for giving the massage.”

Rinku informed the members of the committee that he never got any training or course either in masseur work or for doing physiotherapy and that his main profession was to provide Ghodi services during marriage functions.

Afsar Ali said, “I was under the impression that these people i.e. Sanjay Gupta and Satyendar Jain would help me out in depositing the arrears of maintenance in the court for me and would help me financially to come out from jail…My jail account card was actually funded and used by Sanjay Gupta”.

Manish said, “One Vikas, who was Warden in this jail used to deposit money in my jail account card. By using my card, I used to purchase fruits from the jail canteen for Satyendra Jain. He deposited money in my jail account card 3-4 times and each time he deposited Rs. 6900… I did not provide services to Satyendar Jain willingly”.

Sonu Singh said that he too was asked by one Munshi of the jail to provide his services to Jain. He was under compulsion as he had to follow the instructions of the Munshi and whenever he refused to oblige him, the Munshi used to produce him before the supervising jail staff.

Dilip Kumar told the committee that he provided cleaning services to Satyendar Jain at the instructions of Jail Munshi, Sushil….He did not provide such services to other inmates. (ANI)

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Shraddha murder aftab Case

Shraddha Murder: Cops Say Aftab’s Narco Test May Bring New Twist

In another development in the Shraddha murder case, the police want to conduct the narco test of Aaftab Amin Poonawala at the earliest to find out if anything new is brewing in his mind.

One of the investigators in the case told ANI that Aaftab is very clever and can anytime bring a new ‘twist’ to the case.

He said Aaftab has completely obeyed what the police told him to do. He confessed his crime, co-operated with police, and agreed to the polygraph and narco test. But now the police have started feeling suspicious about his ‘good’ behaviour.

Initially, Aaftab was trying to misguide the Mumbai Police. But, once the case came under the jurisdiction of Delhi Police, he started confessing the whole crime. So, the police is suspecting this might be a part of his plans.

Now, the police want to conduct Aaftab’s narco test at the earliest, so that everything going on in his mind comes out to the police. The police also got the date of the narco test preponed to December 1 from December 5, given by the court earlier.

Earlier on Tuesday, Delhi Court gave permission to Delhi Police to conduct a narco test on the Shraddha Walker accused Aaftab Amin Poonawala on December 1.

Special CP (law and order) Sagar Preet Hooda had said that Delhi Police will seek permission from the court for the test.

Aaftab is accused of strangling his live-in partner Shraddha to death and chopping her body into 35 pieces. He is also alleged to have preserved the chopped body parts in a refrigerator before dumping them in forested areas in Delhi and Gurugram.

Police had earlier said Aaftab, who confessed to killing Shraddha and chopping her body into 35 pieces, was giving misleading answers to questions.

Delhi Police had submitted in court that Aaftab was giving wrong information and was misleading the investigation. (ANI)

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lathi-charge on labour unions

Lathi-Charge At Members Of Labour Unions Near Mann’s Residence

Punjab Police on Wednesday resorted to a lathi-charge on members of the agriculture labour unions who were marching towards Chief Minister Bhagwant e in Sangrur over their various demands.

The protestors, who included agricultural workers, gathered at the Patiala bypass after which they started moving towards the Chief Minister’s residence where there was heavy police deployment.
The police tried to stop the protestors who included members of eight labour organizations and resorted to the use of force which left some of the protestors injured.

Police, however, said that they did not resort to the lathi charge and stated that “an aggressive faction of protestors indulged in a scuffle”.

“No lathi charge was done, and the protest is going on in a peaceful manner. An aggressive faction of protestors indulged in a scuffle, which was later controlled by the police. We have taken cognizance of their demands,” Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Sangrur said.

The incident created a political uproar with Bharatiya Janata Party’s Manjinder Singh Sirsa and Shehzad Poonawalla attacking the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Punjab.

Manjinder Singh Sirsa accused Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of showing his “true face” and said the people of Punjab will give a befitting reply to the injustice done to them.

“Kejriwal showed his true form through a lathi-charge on Punjab farmers sitting on dharna outside CM Bhagwant Mann’s house. Instead of giving the farmers their rights, Kejriwal is weakening Punjab by investing money of Punjab in the Gujarat campaign. Punjabis will give a befitting reply to this injustice of Kejriwal,” Sirsa said in a tweet.

He also said that making promises before elections and not fulfilling them later is the “new change” brought by AAP.

“Instead of giving rights to the farm labourers protesting outside the house, doing lathi charge at them is proof of the atrocities of Arvind Kejriwal and Bhagwant Mann. Making promises before the elections and not fulfilling them after the elections is the change by AAP. People of Delhi and Gujarat should stay away from this deceitful party,” Sirsa said in another tweet.

BJP leader Shehzad Poonawalla alleged that AAP is an “anti-people anti-peasant party”.

“The workers who were peacefully going towards the CM’s residence were brutally lathi-charged. It shows the real face of AAP. It stands for ‘anti-People anti-peasant party’. CM Bhagwant Mann is busy campaigning in Gujarat and the farmers of Punjab have been left in miserable conditions,” he said. (ANI)

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AIIMS Server Down

AIIMS Server Down For 8 Days, 2 Suspended, More On Radar For Cyber Security Breach

For the eighth day running, the server at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Delhi remained out of order, and according to the sources after the suspension of two analysts from Delhi, more are on the radar for suspension for breaching cyber security.

According to the sources, “The sanitizing process started, earlier it was 15 but now 25 out of 50 servers and more than 400 endpoint computers have been scanned. Antivirus uploading has also been started for future safety.”
On Tuesday, the AIIMS also issued a statement that the e-Hospital data has been restored, “The eHospital data has been restored on the servers. The network is being sanitized before the services can be restored. The process is taking some time due to the volume of data and a large number of servers/computers for the hospital services. Measures are being taken for cyber security.”

“All hospital services, including outpatient, in-patient, laboratories, etc continue to run on manual mode.” It said further

“The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has also joined the investigation. The India Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-IN), Delhi Police, Intelligence Bureau, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) representatives are already probing the incident,” Sources to ANI

The internet services after the recommendations from the investigation agencies will remain blocked in AIIMS Delhi.

The laboratory information system (LIS) database and other dependent databases have been restored.

Earlier AIIMS also issued a fresh set of Standard operating procedures (SOP) which says admission, discharge, and transfer of patients will be done manually at the hospital till the E-Hospital is down.

“Latest SOPs that have to be followed in manual mode till E-Hospital is down. Admission, discharge, and transfer are to be done manually at AIIMS, New Delhi. Indent to be done manually,” the hospital said.

It further said that the death or birth certificates are to be made manually on forms as per instruction from the working committee.

“Only urgent samples to be sent and that too with filled forms. Only urgent investigations are to be sent with forms as per instruction from the working committee,” it added.

Delhi’s All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) reported a failure in its server on November 23, as per officials. (ANI)

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AAp candidate Delhi

Delhi: AAP Candidate Booked For Flaunting Revolver

Delhi police on Wednesday registered a case against the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate for the upcoming Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) elections Joginder Singh after a video of him brandishing a revolver while dancing went viral on social media.

“A case has been registered under the Arms Act against a man named Joginder Singh alias Bunty, who is an AAP candidate for MCD polls from Ward-19, Swaroop Nagar, as he was seen in a viral video flaunting his revolver while dancing,” Delhi Police said in a statement.
Officials said that they received the video clip through social media, in which a group of people were seen dancing.

“While one of them, wearing a Yellow t-shirt – the police identified as AAP candidate Joginder Singh – took out a revolver, brandished it in the air, and then pointed it out towards the camera while dancing,” the police said in the FIR against Singh.

On the basis of this, a case under section 25 of the Arms Act 1959 has been registered against Joginder Singh at Swaroop Nagar police station. We are further looking into the case, they said.

Singh is an AAP candidate from Ward-19 (Swaroop Nagar) for the upcoming MCD elections.

The high-stakes polls for the 250-ward MCD are scheduled on December 4 and, the counting of votes will be done on December 7.

The civic polls are shaping up to be a two-way contest between the BJP, which currently holds the civic reins in the national capital, and the AAP, which is in power in the national capital. (ANI)

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Shraddha aaftab case

Shraddha Case: Had No Clue Of Body Parts In House, Says Aaftab’s Girlfriend

In another development in the Shraddha murder case, Aaftab’s most recent girlfriend was in shock after hearing about the horrific act by him and said that she had no clue that human body parts were kept inside Aaftab’s Chhatarpur residence when she visited there twice after the murder. She also informed me that Aaftab gifted her a ring.

As per her, Aftab had gifted a fancy artificial ring on October 12.
As per sources, this ring belonged to Shraddha.

The police recovered the ring from Aaftab’s new partner and recorded her statement.

As per reports, Aaftab’s partner is a psychiatrist by profession.

As per a statement given to the police, this friend informed that she had come to Aftab’s flat twice in the month of October, but she had no inkling of Shraddha’s murder or about the presence of human body parts in the house. Aftab never looked scared, she said. She also informed me that he often used to tell her about his Mumbai home.

Aaftab and his new girlfriend came in contact through an online dating app.

As per police, Aftab was in contact with about 15 to 20 girls through different dating sites.

During the course of the investigation, the police traced his Bumble app record and found out about a girl who had come in contact with Aftab through the app on May 30, about 12 days after Shraddha’s murder.

Aftab’s psychiatrist friend said that his behaviour seemed normal, even very caring and she said that she never felt that his mental state was not ideal. She also informed me that Aftab had a collection of different varieties of deodorants and perfumes and he often used to give her perfumes as gifts.

As per her, Aaftab used to smoke a lot of cigarettes and also used to roll his cigarettes himself but often used to talk about giving up smoking soon.

She also claimed that Aftab was very fond of different types of food and often used to order non-vegetarian items from different restaurants at home and expressed his hobby about how the chefs decorate the food in the restaurant.

As per police sources, Aaftab’s new partner is undergoing counseling as she was found to be in a state of shock following the emergence of the details of the Shraddha murder case. (ANI)

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Ajit Doval on Terrorism

Cross-Border, ISIS-Inspired Terrorism Continue To Pose Threat: NSA Doval

National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval on Tuesday highlighted that cross-border terrorism and ISIS-inspired terrorism continues to pose a threat to humanity.

Addressing a conference in the national capital on the role of Ulema in fostering a culture of Interfaith Peace and Social harmony in India and Indonesia, Doval said “As you all are aware, both our countries have been victims of terrorism and separatism. While we have overcome the challenges to a considerable extent, the phenomenon of cross-border and ISIS-inspired terrorism continues to pose a threat. Cooperation of the civil society is essential in countering the threat from ISIS-inspired individual terror cells and returnees from theatres like Syria and Afghanistan.”
The national security advisor said that the aim of today’s discussion is to bring together Indian and Indonesian Ulema and scholars who can take forward the cooperation in promoting tolerance, harmony and peaceful co-existence.

“This will bolster the fight against violent extremism, terrorism and radicalisation,” Doval said.

“None of the ends for which extremism, radicalisation and the misuse of religion are employed are justifiable on any ground. This is a distortion of religion against which all of us need to raise our voices. Extremism and terrorism is against the very meaning of Islam because Islam means peace and well-being (Salamati/Asalaam). Opposition to such forces should not be painted as a confrontation with any religion. That is a ruse”, he said.

“Instead, we should focus on the real message of our religions, which stands for the values of humanism, peace and understanding. Indeed, as the Holy Quran itself teaches, killing one person is like killing all humanity and saving one is akin to saving humanity. Islam ordains that the most excellent form of Jihad is ‘Jihad Afzal’ – that is, Jihad against one’s senses or ego- and not against innocent civilians,” Doval further said.

Top Indonesian minister Mohammed Mahfud MD is in Delhi on the invitation of National Security Advisor Doval.

Mahfud, the Coordinating Minister for the Political, Legal, and Security Affairs of Indonesia is accompanied by a high-level delegation of Ulema.

Visiting Ulema from Indonesia will also be interacting with their Indian counterparts. The discussion will be on the ‘Role of Ulema in fostering a culture of interfaith peace and social harmony in India and Indonesia’.

“Ulema play a very important role in Islamic society and the objective of such discussion is to bring together Indian and Indonesian Ulema and scholars who can take forward the cooperation to promote tolerance, harmony and peaceful co-existence and counter violent extremism and radicalization,” a source told ANI.

There will be three sessions, first on Islam: Continuity and Change, second on Harmonizing inter-faith society: Practice and Experience and last session will be on Countering Radicalization and Extremism in India and Indonesia.

During the visit, Ulema from Indonesia will also be interacting with leaders from other faiths. Indonesia has the world’s largest Muslim population.

NSA Doval had visited Indonesia for the second Indo- Indonesia security dialogue in March this year. NSA then invited minister Mehfud to India. (ANI)

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Shraddha Case: Aaftab’s Ordered Meals Reduced After May

Early in May this year, Shraddha Walkar finally decided to part ways with her live-in partner Aaftab Amin Poonawala, which did not go well with the latter who resorted to murdering her in a well-thought-out manner and not due to sudden provocation, according to circumstantial evidence collected by Delhi Police, say sources.

Apart from this, the Delhi Police team probing the death case has found bloodstains in Aaftab’s flat- including from its bathroom, kitchen, and bedroom, sources said on Tuesday.
A total of 13 pieces of bones including a jawbone have so far been recovered from Gurugram and Delhi and tests by Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) will be conducted to confirm whether they belong to a human being, sources said.

“13 bones recovered so far. Some other items have also been found, which will be examined by Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL). Some parts were also found on the border of Delhi Gurugram. A jaw has also been found. Some weapons have been found in the jungle and Aaftab’s flat. With which weapon she was cut, it will be known after the CFSL report,” said Delhi Police sources.

Police have also formed a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the matter, said sources on Tuesday.

The Police team has recovered some weapons from the rented Chattarpur residence of Aaftab and from the forested areas on the border of Delhi and Gurugram. The weapons will also be sent for forensic analysis.

Some clothes have been recovered and it is conjectured that these were the same that were worn by Shraddha and Aaftab on the day of the murder, sources said adding that these clothes will be sent for forensic analysis.

The police have also contacted Whatsapp, Facebook, Instagram, Google, Google Pay, and Paytm over email to access details of Aaftab’s internet history. Paytm has provided its reply, Zomato’s response showed that Aftab was ordering food for two people and that after some time the food orders showed only the food quantity being ordered was for one person alone.

The police have asked for details from the dating app, where Aftab and Shraddha met three years ago.

Evidence also suggested that during the time of the murder both Aaftab and Shraddha were present in the flat, sources said.

The Police, however, is yet to recover Shraddha’s mobile phone

Aaftab is accused of strangling to death his live-in partner Shraddha and chopping her body into 35 pieces in May this year. He is also alleged to have preserved the chopped body parts in a refrigerator before dumping them in forested areas in Delhi and Gurugram.

The police have also found some clothes of Aaftab and Shraddha and sent them to CFSL for investigation, sources said on Tuesday.

“These seem to be the same clothes that were used at the time of the incident, which will be clear from the rest of the CFSL report,” it said.

The Police have also found blood stains in the bathroom, kitchen, and bedroom of the Aaftab’s house.

The sources further said that only a report by CFSL can ascertain when Shraddha was killed.

“Aaftab has said that he killed Shraddha on May 18 but the police have not accepted it. Her body has not been found and a post-mortem was not conducted. The biggest challenge before the police is to ascertain exactly when was Shraddha murdered. Nothing can be said unless and until the CFSL report on this comes. This is a very scientific case and everything depends on the scientific report. The CFSL report is awaited,” said sources.

Sources also said that Aaftab appeared to be very confident during his questioning and he was responding to questions very fast and in a relaxed manner.

“Delhi Police has formed an SIT. The search is still going on in the jungle and everywhere where there is any chance of recovery of the bones and other things. The report of the polygraph test has not been received yet, the polygraph test only gives an idea of whether the accused is speaking the truth or not. Narco test is also not normally admissible in law, however, if there is any recovery through the narco test it is admissible in the court. There may be some more chances of recovery through the narco test,” sources said.

According to sources, Shraddha wanted to leave Aaftab and both had decided on May 3 or 4 that they would separate and live separately.

“This did not go down well with Aaftab who felt that Shraddha would get involved with someone else,” they said.

The sources further said that there is no suspicion of the role of Aaftab’s friend Badri, who suggested to the pair a place to stay.

“Delhi Police does not have any eyewitnesses, this is the biggest problem in the case,” sources added.

Meanwhile, Delhi Court on Tuesday gave permission to Delhi Police to conduct a narco test on Aaftab Amin Poonawala on December 1.

Special CP (law and order) Sagar Preet Hooda had earlier today said that Delhi Police will seek permission from the court for the test.

Notably, the Delhi Police solved the six-month-old blind murder case and arrested Aaftab Amin Poonawala on November 12 this year on the basis of Shraddha’s father’s complaint. Acting on a complaint from Shraddha’s father the Delhi Police registered an FIR on November 10.

Aaftab and Shraddha met on a dating site and later moved in together at a rented accommodation in Chhatarpur.

Delhi Police interrogation revealed that Aaftab killed Shraddha on May 18 and later started planning on disposing off her body. He told police that he had read about human anatomy so that it could help him in the chopping of the body. Police said that Aaftab, after doing a search of the shopping mode Google, cleaned blood stains from the floor with some chemicals and disposed of stained clothes. (ANI)

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Shraddha Case: Two Men With Swords Attack Police Van Carrying Aaftab

Two men with swords were detained for attacking the police van carrying Aaftab Amin Poonawalla, the accused in the Shraddha Walkar murder case, outside the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) office in Delhi.

The two men who attacked the police van were carrying swords and claimed to be from ‘Hindu Sena’.
Aaftab was being taken by the police after his polygraph tests were done for the day.

Earlier, the FSL Director Sanjeev Gupta told ANI that the polygraph test of Aaftab may continue tomorrow as well.

“The Expert team is conducting polygraph tests. Today’s session will be completed soon. We may need to continue the test tomorrow as well. Once our tests are completed, the Narco test will be conducted,” he said.

The polygraph test held on Sunday could not be completed, despite Aaftab being taken to the FSL office for three days.

The first session of the polygraph test on Aaftab was deferred after his “ill health”. The second session of the test, which was to be held on November 23, was also deferred after Poonawala reportedly “fell ill”. The second and third sessions were conducted on November 25 and 26 respectively.

Aaftab is accused of strangling to death his live-in partner Shraddha and chopping her body into 35 pieces. He is also alleged to have preserved the chopped body parts in a refrigerator before dumping them in forested areas in Delhi and Gurugram.

Police had earlier said Aaftab, who confessed to killing Shraddha and chopping her body into 35 pieces, was giving misleading answers to questions.

Delhi Police had submitted in court that Aaftab was giving wrong information and was misleading the investigation. (ANI)

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