Shraddha Murder Case: Suitcase found with body parts, Aaftab undergoes mental testing
To prevent the body from being found and identified, the entire activity was carried out.
Shraddha Walkar, who was purportedly murdered by Aaftab Poonawala, is thought to be the woman whose bones were discovered near Faridabad on Thursday, according to the police. In the Surajkund forest region, the luggage was discovered by the police. In a sack and a plastic bag, the body pieces were contained. Belts as well as clothing were found. The body was dumped there, but the victim may have been murdered elsewhere, according to the authorities. To prevent the body from being found and identified, the entire activity was carried out.
As they gather information about the case, the Delhi Police have arrived in Faridabad. It appears that months have passed since the location was last visited by the suitcase and the corpse pieces. The deceased's gender isn't immediately known, though. The post-mortem of the deceased is being awaited.
The Perceptual Ability Test has been administered to Aaftab Poonawala, who is charged with murder in the case of Shraddha Walkar (PAT). An analysis of psychological test is PAT. This exam evaluates a person's ability to think clearly and balance their emotions. In a moment of anger, Poonwala is accused of choking the victim to death before dismembering her body into 35 parts. Then, after keeping them in a refrigerator, he threw each of these components away one by one.
In the stink, he kept the body in his refrigerator. After that, he used chemicals to clean the entire apartment of any remaining blood. He also engaged in sexual activity with a different woman while the body was in the house.
He admitted to applying makeup to Shraddha's severed head, according to the police. He presents normally while in custody and frequently laughs when questioned about the crime. He admitted to the authorities that before slicing off the body, he had researched the human anatomy.
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