Shraddha Murder Case: Aftab Poonawalla, an accused in the Shraddha murder case, has asked the Tihar administration for books to study in jail. The administration told that Poonawalla has asked for English novel and literature. The administration will soon provide him an English book or novel. He will be given such a book so that he does not harm others or himself. Sources told that Aftab will be given a novel named The great railway bazaar to read.
Aftab Poonawalla is accused of killing Shraddha, who was in a live-in relationship, chopping her body into 35 pieces, keeping them in a 300-litre fridge at his Mehrauli residence in south Delhi for three weeks, and storing the body parts for several days. I set up hideouts in different parts of the city. Poonawalla was arrested on 12 November and sent to police custody for five days. This was extended for another five days on 17 November. The court sent him to judicial custody for 13 days on 26 November.
Then why was there an inquiry?
After the narco test of Shraddha murder accused Aftab Poonawala, he was also questioned for two hours on Friday (December 2). A four-member team of Forensic Science Laboratory (FASL) and the investigating officer reached Tihar Jail for questioning Poonawala after the narco test.
Poonawalla’s narco test also went on for about two hours at Rohini’s hospital. FSL had earlier told that the answers given by Aftab during the narco test and polygraphy test would be analyzed and he would also be informed about his answers.
Explain that in the ‘Narco’ test, drugs like Sodium thiopental, Scopolamine and Sodium Emital (Amobarbital) are given, which take the person to different stages of the effect of anesthesia.
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