New Delhi: The murder case of Shraddha has shaken the national capital of India. New revelations are being inducted in the case with every passing day. Meanwhile, a doctor in South Delhi’s Mehrauli area says that accused Aftab had come to him for treatment of his severed hands.
The Delhi Police has also confirmed this claim. They said, Aftab Poonawalla visited a doctor in Mehrauli area of south Delhi for treatment. He was suffering from ‘small wounds’ on his hands.
While he was being treated, he told that he got the wound on his hand while cutting fruits at home. The incident took place days after he allegedly killed his live-in partner Shraddha Walker at their rented flat in Mehrauli on May 18.
Body parts recovered from forest and drain
Police have found some parts of Shraddha’s dead body in Mehrauli forest. About 10 body parts have already been recovered from the forest. Some of her body parts has also been recovered from a drain. Police have also found blood stains in the kitchen of the flat. Those samples have been sent for examination.
As per the police Dr Anil Singh, Aftab came to meet the doctor in May. He came to get his right hand stitched. The doctor also informed that he was restless and aggressive while talking.
Police gets permission for narco test
Police has now got permission to make Aftab undergo narco test. The test is scheduled to be done on Thursday. The police has also said that Aftab was not co-operating in the interrogation which is being conducted by the police.