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Shraddha murder: Aftab moves pleas seeking supply of charge sheet and footage in proper manner, release of certificates

Shraddha Murder Case

Aftab Amin Poonawala, the accused in the Shraddha Walkar murder case, has filed two applications with the trial court, requesting that the chargesheet and footage be provided in a timely manner.

He has also requested the release of his education certificate, stating that he wishes to further his education.

M S Khan, an advocate, filed the application on behalf of Aftab.

According to one of the applications, the e-chargesheet was provided to counsel, but it was not in proper form and could not be read.

It is also claimed that the pen drive containing the chargesheet is overloaded and that no advanced computer can read it.

It is also claimed that the footage is mismanaged on the aforementioned pen drive.

The plea requested that the investigation officer provide the chargesheet in folders and the footage in a separate pen drive.

Other applications state that the accused has a copy of the chargesheet but lacks writing materials such as a pen, pencil, or notebook. He needs writing material right away because he wants to help his counsel.

The plea has requested that the jail authorities provide him with these items.

He also asked the investigation officer for permission to release his educational certificate.

On February 7, the Saket court accepted the chargesheet filed against Aftab Amin Poonawala in the Shraddha Walkar murder case.

After taking cognizance, the court scheduled the matter for document review on February 21.

On January 24, Delhi police filed a massive 6629-page charge sheet against Aftab Amin Poonawala in the Shraddha Walkar murder case. “The charge sheet is voluminous, with 6629 pages including the annexures,” the judge said.

After judicial custody expired, accused Aftab was produced via video conferencing from Tihar Jail.

Aftab had previously informed the court that he wishes to change his counsel, advocate M S Khan.

The chargesheet was filed in accordance with sections 302, 201, and other provisions of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

The chargesheet was filed before the investigation’s 90-day deadline.

During the investigation, Delhi police performed narcoanalysis and polygraph tests on Aaftab, as well as gathered DNA evidence to back up the allegations against him.

Aftab is accused of strangling his live-in partner in the Mehrauli area in May 2022. Following the alleged strangulation, he allegedly cut his live-in partner’s body into 35 pieces.

According to sources, Delhi police had some video and audio evidence related to the case and wanted to obtain a voice sample of Aftab to examine. Previously, the Saket court dismissed Aftab’s bail application after he withdrew it.



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