Delhi Police received the narco report of Aftab Amin Poonawalla, accused in Shraddha Walkar’s murder case, on Friday afternoon. It is being told that the Delhi Police can get an important clue in the case from the report. Delhi Police officials said that the report was in a sealed cover and it was not opened till late evening. The accused spoke correctly during the polygraphy test. Rohini-based Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) had prepared the narco report of accused Aftab on Friday morning itself.
The South District Police was informed on Friday morning itself about the preparation of the report by FSL. After this, Ramsingh, the investigation officer of the murder case posted at Mehrauli police station, went to SFL at around 3.30 pm on Friday and took the report. It is being told that the report was not opened till late Friday night. During the narco test, accused Aftab was asked more than 50 questions.
Police have already received the polygraphy test and DNA report of accused Aftab. The DNA of the body parts recovered from Chhatarpur forest has matched with the DNA of Shraddha’s father. On the other hand, it has been found from the polygraphy report that the accused Aftab has given the same answers to the questions during the polygraphy test which he had given to the Mehrauli police station during interrogation.
The South District Police is assuming that the accused Aftab has spoken the truth during the polygraphy test. In such a situation, the police is hoping that even from the narco test, the police can get important clues in the case.
Permission granted to take Aftab’s voice samples
The court on Friday allowed the police to take the voice samples of Aftab Amin Poonawalla, accused in Shraddha Walkar’s murder case. The court said that the voice sample test would be done at the CBI headquarters on Monday morning. Significantly, Aftab had allegedly killed Shraddha and cut her body into 35 pieces and dumped them in different parts of the national capital.