The Delhi Police is still grappling with several questions linked to Aaftab Poonawala and his murdered live-in partner Shraddha Walkar. They have found some body parts of the woman but haven’t completely unravelled the murder. Poonawala has shown no remorse so far and has betrayed no nervousness, even during the polygraph and narco tests.
Poonawala is reading American novelist Paul Theroux’s book The Great Railway Bazaar and concentrating on playing chess.
Poonawala had allegedly chopped the body of the woman into 35 pieces and thrown them one by one over a period of two months. According to reports, the Mumbai Police questioned Poonawala when the body was still inside the fridge but didn’t search his house. If they had done that, they would have found the head of the body in the Mehrauli flat.
The police have found 13 pieces of the body, including the jaw, but the head is missing.
Police believe Poonawala has been misleading them.
Poonawala reportedly killed the woman as they had had a breakup and he didn’t want her to date other men. Poonawala had been inspired by several television shows. He wiped the house clean with chemicals to erase the evidence that could lead to his conviction.