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Saket court allows NARCO test in Shraddha Walker murder case

Shraddha Walker murder case, which created a sensation across the country, remains in constant discussion. Everyone is in awe seeing the bloody end of the story that started with love. So there is a matter of relief that now this secret will be exposed because the court has allowed his narco test after repeatedly changing his statement.

Delhi Police moves court for conducting narco test of Aftab Poonawalla, accused of brutally murdering call center employee Shraddha Walker. After which the Saket court has given permission for Aftab’s narco test. Aftab has been arrested by the Delhi Police on the charge of killing Shraddha.

Different claims and statements were coming out regarding Shraddha’s death.

The accused told the police that his girlfriend had left the house on her own with her phone but online transactions and chats on social media platforms brought out the truth. After Aftab’s arrest, different claims and statements were coming out regarding Shraddha’s death. After which this decision was taken by the Delhi Police, for which approval has also been received from the court.

Delhi Police moves court seeking permission to conduct NARCO test of call center employee. The police had applied for a lie detector test on Tuesday. In the case of NARCO test, the consent of the accused is necessary.

Meanwhile, a social worker, with whom call center employee Shraddha Walker participated in the Mumbai beach clean-up drive, has claimed that the deceased was suspected of cheating on her live-in partner Aftab Poonawalla and during the clean-up drives She appeared silent and aloof.


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