Shraddha Walkar Murder Case: What Questions Were Aaftab Asked In Polygraph Test?
The Delhi Police conducted a polygraph test on Aaftab Poonawala, the accused in the infamous Shraddha Walkar Murder Case at the Forensic Science Laboratory at Rohini which lasted for more than eight hours on Thursday.
NEW DELHI: Aaftab Poonawala, the accused in the infamous Shraddha Walkar Murder Case underwent a polygraph test which lasted for more than eight hours on Thursday.
The polygraph test which was conducted at Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) in Rohini of the national capital started at around 12 noon. A basic medical check up was conducted on the accused where his blood pressure was measured.
As per information, the polygraph test comprised of about fifty questions in total which were asked in Hindi but Aaftab preferred to answer them in English. Sources in the police have confirmed that Aaftab thoroughly cooperated during the test and he answered all the questions.
The questions posed before him included ones about his childhood, his early life, his friends, family, and companions. He was also asked about his relationship with the victim Shraddha Walkar.
Notably, Aaftab allegedly killed his his live-in partner Shraddha and later chopped her body into as many as 35 pieces which he stored in a 300-liter fridge for about three weeks at his residence at Mehrauli area in the national capital. Later, he dumped it in several places across the NCR Region over a period.
Delhi Police resorted to do a polygraph test on Aaftab after there were reports of him misleading the investigation.
Meanwhile, Aaftab was also questioned about what really prompted him to kill his live-in partner and when did he commit it exactly. It earlier came to light that Shraddha was murdered in May and later her dismembered body parts were dumped in a period of about two months.
The accused was questioned on the places he visited to hide the evidences in the case. He was further asked during the lie detector test at FSL Rohini on the sequence of events ever since both started dating and on the types of weapons, he used to chop the dead body.
A senior official at the Forensic Science Laboratory in Rohini said, "The results will be analysed and compiled. We will share the observations and report with the police."
Meanwhile, Deepa Verma, the FSL Director stated that Aaftab might have to appear in another polygraph test again.
Earlier on Thursday, Delhi Police recovered five sharp knives from the accused's Mehrauli residence which were sent to FSL for examination. However, the saw reportedly used for mutilating Shraddha's body remains untraceable.
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