Petitioner moves Delhi HC, demands CBI enquiry in Shraddha murder case

New Delhi: The demand for a CBI inquiry has started to arise in the Shraddha Walker murder case. A Delhi-based lawyer has filed a petition in the Delhi High Court. The lawyer has demanded that the investigation of the Shraddha murder case be transferred from the Delhi Police to the CBI.

Delhi police lacks adequate capabilities, says petitioner

Petitioner advocate Joshina Tuli has argued that the Delhi Police lacks adequate technical and scientific equipment to locate evidence and witnesses, along with staff crunch, so the investigation into the murder, which took place six months ago, be transferred to the CBI. .

The petitioner has also submitted that the presence of media and other persons at the spot and in the court amounts to interference with the evidence and witnesses. The petitioner says that the Delhi Police has not sealed the spot till date. The general public and media persons have started coming and going there continuously.

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NCP MP Supriya Sule made this demand

Regarding the Shraddha murder case, NCP MP Supriya Sule has said that the accused should be punished soon. We have full faith in Maharashtra Police. I requested the central and state governments that Shraddha’s case should be in a fast track court so that women in India can get proper justice.

Aftab’s security has been beefed up

There have been many shocking revelations in the Shraddha Walker murder case so far. In view of the anger among the people in the case, the security of Aftab Poonawala, who is in police custody, has also been increased. Shraddha Walker was the live-in partner of accused Aftab Poonawala.

Aftab killed Shraddha on May 18

The accused had strangled Shraddha to death on May 18 in a rented flat in Chhatarpur. After this, he cut Shraddha’s body into 35 pieces and threw it at different places. The accused Poonawalla was arrested following a complaint lodged by Shraddha’s father. In police custody, Aftab confessed to the murder.


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