Himanta Biswa Sarma Brings Up Delhi Murderer Aftab Poonawala at Kutch Poll Rally
According to CM Sarma, such Aftab will be born again and again if the country doesn't have a leader like Modi, who is strong and able to safeguard society.
GUWAHATI: At a rally in Kutch, Himanta Biswa Sarma, the chief minister of Assam, made a strong argument for PM Modi and brought up the shocking Delhi murder case.
According to CM Sarma, if there is no strong leader for the nation, " such Aftab will be born in every city."
He was alluding to Aftab Poonawalla, the food blogger charged with murdering and dismembering his live-in partner Shraddha Walker into 35 pieces.
In the name of love jihad, Aftab dismembered Shraddha behen (sister) into 35 parts after bringing her from Mumbai, CM Sarma claimed.
And in what location did he keep the corpse? the refrigerator.
Additionally, he brought a new woman home and began dating her while the body was in the refrigerator.
According to Himanta Biswa Sarma, the chief minister of Assam, such Aftab will be born again and again if the country doesn't have a leader who is strong and worships the nation as its mother, and nobody would be able to safeguard the society.
He added that it is very important that Narendra Modi be elected as prime minister for the third time in 2024.
Aftab and Shraddha fell in love after beginning to work at the same call center in Mumbai. The pair moved to Mehrauli earlier this year as a result of their families' objections to the relationship because they practice different religions.
The couple's quarrel over getting married on May 18 erupted, and Poonawalla killed her as a result. He bought a saw and a 300-liter refrigerator the following day.
Poonawalla had completed a two-week course on how to cut meat, had studied hotel management, and was skilled with sharp knives. He used his skills to dismember Walker's body into 35 pieces. He continued to cut her body for two days after that. Poonawalla would place the pieces in the bottom tray and fill the refrigerator's deep freezer with the rest.To mask the rotten smell, he also used room fresheners and incense sticks.
He used to remove the cut parts, put them inside polythene bags, and carry them to the forest in a rucksack, according to the police.
He continued doing this for about 20 days.