Shraddha’s Missing Head: Delhi Police Launch Manhunt On Killer Aaftab’s Disclosure 

| Updated: 15 November, 2022 12:09 pm IST
Aaftab Poonawalla hatched an elaborate plan to dispose of his girlfriend Shraddha Walker's body last year.

Delhi police sleuths on Tuesday morning scrambled to locate the severed head of 26-year old Mumbai-based girl Shraddha Walkar, who was brutally killed by her live-in partner Aaftab Amin Poonawala in May, in different parts of the national capital.

Till now, 12 out of 35 parts of her dismembered body have been discovered, sources informed The New Indian

According to some police sources, the severed head was found in Sanjay Van, a sprawling forest area near Mehrauli. Sources told The New Indian, two cyclists had spotted it in the early morning even as there is no confirmation if it belongs to Shraddha.

Police are now combing through other places to locate the remaining parts.

According to the police, Aftab strangled Shraddha on May 18 following a tiff. With the calmness of a professional killer, Aftab first put the dead body in the bathroom and waited for the night to think about what should be done for its disposal.

After spending the night with Shraddha’s corpse, Aftab bought a refrigerator and an iron saw on May 19. With the precision of a chef, Aftab then chopped the body parts into 35 pieces. Each body part was wrapped separately in black plastic bags. He kept the bags in the refrigerator.

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