Shraddha murder case: Aftab’s cold and fever disturbed the polygraph test, now it started again

New Delhi. The second session of polygraph examination of Aftab Amin Poonawalla, accused in Shraddha Walkar’s murder case, began at the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) in Rohini on Thursday. Officials said the test could not be done on Wednesday as 28-year-old Poonawala was suffering from fever and cold. An FSL official said, “Police brought him here and the process of polygraphy test has started.” The delay in this test has also delayed Poonawalla’s narco test.

In a polygraphy test, physiological activities such as blood pressure, pulse and breathing rate are recorded and these data are used to find out what is going on in the person’s mind. whether he is telling the truth or not. On the other hand, in Narco test, the self-consciousness of the person is reduced so that he can speak freely.

Aftab had cut Shraddha’s body into 35 pieces.
Significantly, Poonawala had allegedly strangulated his live-in partner, 27-year-old Shraddha Walkar, to death in May. After the murder, his body was cut into 35 pieces and kept in a 300-litre fridge at his home in south Delhi’s Mehrauli for nearly three weeks and dumped in different parts of the city for several days.

Poonawala will have many tests
Poonawalla will have to undergo several tests to ascertain her emotional, physical and psychological health. If he is not found fit in the preliminary investigation then narco analysis cannot be done. The first session of Poonawalla’s polygraphy test took place on Tuesday at Rohini’s FSL. Polygraphy test is also known as ‘lie detector’.

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