Shraddha murder case
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A new revelation has come to light in the Shraddha Walkar murder case on Friday. The bones recovered from Chhatarpur and Mehrauli forests are of humans. These bones are not of animals. The doctors of AIIMS and its forensic department have given this information to the police in an informal conversation. The forensic department has not given the report yet. The South District Police is waiting for it. Only after this the post mortem of the bones will be done.
Along with this, police will also send it for forensic investigation at FSL located in Rohini. A DNA test will reveal whether the bones belong to Shraddha or not. Accused Aftab had thrown Shraddha’s dead body into pieces in Chhatarpur and Mehrauli forests. The South District Police had launched a search operation in the forest to find the pieces of Shraddha’s body.
However, the police is still conducting a search operation taking along the accused Aftab Amin Poonawala. Police have found 13 pieces of bones from the forest. A lot of wild animals also live in the forest. In such a situation, the police suspect that these bones may be of animals.
The South District Police has kept these bones in AIIMS for postmortem. The police had asked about these bones in a conversation with the doctors of the forensic department of AIIMS. Doctors have told that all the bones are of humans and not of animals. However, in this case the police is waiting for the report of the forensic department. After the report of the forensic department, the bones will be sent for DNA test.
According to South District Police officials, the police are yet to find Shraddha’s head and torso. For this, the police are conducting a search operation on the coming days. Police have found such a piece of dead body near a 100 foot road from the forest, from which it is known that it belongs to a man and a woman. In such a situation, the police is assuming that the bones belong to Shraddha’s body.