New Delhi. In the Shraddha murder case, Aftab Poonawalla, accused in the murder case, has got the polygraph test done by the police at FSL, Rohini. The process of polygraph test will continue for the next seven days. Through this his lies and truth will be detected. Apart from this, the Delhi Police has got four days police remand of the accused and the police.
Delhi Police produced accused Aftab in Saket Court on Tuesday morning. Aftab confessed in front of the judge that he killed Shraddha in a fit of rage. Now he is fully cooperating with the police in the investigation. On the other hand, the police say that a team of forensic experts has collected samples of blood stains from Aftab’s kitchen and toilet.
Regarding Aftab’s confession, his lawyer Avinash says that he has neither said nor confessed anything in the open court or on record. There is no recognition of anything spoken orally, unless it comes on the order. Aftab wanted to say only that he was repeatedly provoked. Just used the word provoke and didn’t say anything. The lawyer said that the police had moved a remand application. Four days remand was sought.
Being a defense lawyer, he opposed this and asked for remand for two days, but the police argued in the court that we have to investigate the matter now. The lawyer of the accused said that today the police did not tell anything about what we have to find. Police said that 18 bones of Shraddha’s body have been recovered from the forest on Aftab’s disclosure and mark.
Shraddha’s jaw was recovered from the forest on November 20 only on the trail of Aftab. On the spot, the police called the CFSL team and got the investigation done. It is also being told that blood stains have been found from Aftab’s kitchen and toilet. Seeking extension of the remand period, the investigating officer said that some more body parts and the weapon used in the murder are yet to be recovered at the instance of Aftab in this case. After the polygraph test, the police will also conduct his narco test. The court has given permission to the police for both the tests. It may be known that earlier the police had taken the accused on remand twice for five days.