New Delhi: A saw was used to cut up the bones of Shraddha Walkar, killed by her live-in partner in May last year, the autopsy report has revealed, as reported by the news agency IANS. The Delhi Police have got the forensic analysis report of her 23 bones the during the course of the investigation.

It is called the Osteological study or biophysical study of the bone pieces which helps the police in such cases, IANS reported. It has been learned in the report that her bones were cut with the sharp-edgedaw and similar sharp-edged weapon.

The post-mortem analysis was conducted in AIIMS on Tuesday. “The post-mortem analysis has suggested that her bones were cut with the help of a saw. Now we will submit this report before Saket Court,” the source said, as quoted by IANS.

Walkar and Aftab Amin Poonawalla met through the dating app ‘Bumbe’ in 2018. Theythe had come to Delhi on May 8 and shifted to the Chattarpur area on May 15. On May 18, Poonawalla allegedly killed her and then chopped her body into 35 pieces and threw her body parts across various places over a period of 18 days. He was reportedly inspired by the American crime show ‘Dexter’, which tells the story of a man with homicidal tendencies who lives a double life.

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Shraddha Walkar’s father, Vikas Walkar met Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde on Friday and informed him about the lack of progress in the Special Investigation Team probes into the murder case of his daughter.

The Maharashtra government had ensured setting up an SIT to investigate the police personnel who were negligent in the Shraddha case, however, no action has been taken in this matter so far. Vikas Walkar met the Chief Minister at the latter’s residence Varsha bungalow in Mumbai.

There was a demand for an inquiry into the role of the Tulinj police and Manikpur police. The government had given assurance of investigation by forming SIT, but till now neither SIT has been formed nor action has been taken, this is the allegation of Vikas Walkar.

(With agencies’ Inputs)


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