21.1 C
Bhopal
Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Police filed 6000 pages charge sheet in Shraddha murder case, now not trusting its lawyer, know why

Delhi Police has filed a charge sheet against accused Aftab Amin Poonawala in the Shraddha Walker Murder Case that shook the nation. The police filed a 6000-page charge sheet in the Saket court on Tuesday. At present, the court has extended Aftab’s judicial custody by two weeks till February 7. The big thing is that Aftab himself does not want to show that charge sheet to his lawyer. He has also talked about changing the lawyer.

Delhi Police Joint CP Meenu Chowdhary, when asked how many pages are there in the charge sheet, said that there are 6000 pages in it. He told that Aftab’s narco test was done, polygraphy test was done, many types of questions and answers were done, after that this charge sheet of 6000 pages (6000 Pages Charge Sheet) has been prepared. Meenu Chowdhary told that on the day Shraddha was murdered, she had gone to meet a friend. Accused Aftab Poonawala did not want Shraddha to befriend anyone.

Because of this Aftab killed Shraddha. He said that the case was earlier registered under IPC section 365, but later section 302 was also added to it. Meenu Chowdhary told that some pieces of Shraddha’s dead body have been found in Chhatarpur, Delhi. Scientific method was used in the investigation. Social media platforms, GPS locations were also tracked as digital evidence.


A charge sheet of 6000 pages has been filed. Let us tell you that on May 18 last year, accused Aftab Poonawala had strangled Shraddha Walker to death in Delhi’s Chhatarpur area and then cut the body into several pieces. It is alleged that Aftab cut Shraddha’s body into 35 pieces and kept them in the freeze for several days. Later, for the purpose of erasing the evidence, those pieces were gradually thrown in different areas of Delhi. About six months after the murder, the police arrested the accused Aftab on November 12, disclosing the entire case.

Aftab wants to change his lawyer because of this reason

A bail application was filed in Delhi’s Saket Court on behalf of Aftab’s lawyer. On this, Justice Vrinda Kumari said that Aftab will not agree on this, till then this application will not be considered. On the direction of the court, Aftab appeared through video conferencing on December 17 and told that he had signed the Vakalatnama, but did not know about the bail application filed. He had said that after meeting the lawyer, he would decide whether to seek bail or not. Aftab withdrew the petition after meeting for about an hour. Since then Aftab has not been able to trust his lawyer. This is the reason why he has requested not to show the charge sheet filed against him to his lawyer and has said that soon a new lawyer will look into his case.


Related Articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

3 + 7 =

Latest Articles