According to the chargesheet, Aaftab grew aggressive when Shraddha met a friend

According to the chargesheet, Aaftab grew aggressive when Shraddha met a friend

According to the 6,629-page "voluminous" chargesheet submitted by the Delhi Police on Tuesday, Aaftab Poonawala, who murdered and chopped his live-in girlfriend Shraddha Walkar in one of the bloodiest murders in recent memory, did not like that she went to see another acquaintance and reacted violently.

Through video conference, Poonawala, who admitted to strangling Walkar in May of last year, was brought in from Tihar Jail. His legal guardianship has been extended to February 7th.


"Walkar had gone to visit one of her friends on the day of the event, which Poonawala did not like. The incident then occurred, according to Joint Commissioner of Police (South), Meenu Chaudhary, according to news outlet PTI.

Following the terrible murder, pictures of Shraddha Walkar surfaced that revealed bruises on her face that, according to her acquaintances, were caused by Poonawala's physical attack.

According to PTI, a friend even said that Poonawala used to burn her with cigarettes, but she decided against going to the police because she wanted to give him "another opportunity." He had also said that Walkar's friends had threatened to report Poonawala to the police if he continued to mistreat her.

At the Mehrauli murder case, a charge sheet was submitted against Poonawala in Delhi's Saket court. The Indian Penal Code's Portions 302, 201, and other sections are where the police have categorized it as an offense (IPC).

Over the course of many days, Walkar's corpse was cut into 35 pieces and thrown in various locations around south Delhi. Additionally, it was discovered during the inquiry that Poonawala had used many weapons to dismember the corpse.

According to the police, more than 150 witness statements were taken for the chargesheet. Additionally, they recorded Poonawala's voice.

On February 7, the court set the case for cognizance of the chargesheet.