New Delhi: Aftab Poonewala, the accused in the Shraddha murder case, has confessed to the murder in the court.
According to Indian media, Aftab Poonewala, the accused in the Shraddha murder case, was presented in the court through video conference, after which the court extended the police custody of the accused for 4 days.
Indian media say that Aftab Poonewala, the accused in the Shraddha murder case, has confessed to the murder in the court, while the accused is also cooperating with the police.
According to media reports, the police found more remains of Shraddha from Mehrauli forests on Sunday, the remains have been sent for DNA testing.
The police have not yet been able to recover the instruments used in the incident, while even a part of Shraddha’s body has not been recovered.
Delhi Police says that even the clothes used at the time of this incident have not been recovered while the search for Shraddha’s phone is also going on.
It should be noted that the accused killed Shraddha Walker in May, the accused cut the body into 35 pieces and kept it in the refrigerator.
The accused threw the pieces of Shraddha’s body at different places in 18 days.