Aftab had ordered 37 boxes from Mumbai two weeks after Shraddha’s murder, Delhi Police will investigate

Shraddha Murder Case: Aftab Poonawala, accused in the murder of his live-in partner Shraddha Walkar in May this year, sent 37 boxes of goods to Delhi in June 2022 from his home in Palghar district of Maharashtra. Was and had paid 20 thousand rupees for it. A police officer gave this information on Monday.

According to police sources, Poonawalla had told the Delhi Police that there was a fight between him and Shraddha before coming to Delhi. The reason for the fight was that who would bear the cost of sending the goods being sent from Mumbai to Delhi?

What did the police officer say?
A police officer said that they are ‘Goodluck Packers and Movers Company’ Will find out through whose account Rs 20,000 was paid to send furniture and other household items in June. 

Delhi Police has reached Mumbai
The Delhi Police team is at Manikpur in Vasai, the native place of the victim, where Aftab and Shraddha stayed before going to the national capital. Officials said the police on Sunday also recorded the statement of the owner of the house where Walkar and Poonawalla stayed in 2021. 

They also recorded the statement of the owner of the flat in Mira Road area near Mumbai where the family members of the accused were staying a fortnight ago. Aftab Poonawalla allegedly killed Walkar (27) in Delhi in May this year.

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