Shraddha Walker’s father expressed his complete trust in the judiciary in a statement to the media following his meeting with Devendra Fadnavis, the deputy chief minister of Maharashtra.
Aftab Poonawala, who is suspected of killing his live-in spouse Shraddha Walker, had his judicial detention extended by 14 days on Friday. Aftab was shown up through videoconference before a Delhi court. Shraddha’s father Vikas Walker demanded justice for his daughter and stated he wanted Aftab to receive the harshest penalty possible.
He expressed his complete confidence in the judiciary to the media after meeting with Devendra Fadnavis, the deputy chief minister of Maharashtra. Additionally, he said that Fadnavis had promised him justice. He added that it was important to look into Aftab’s family’s possible involvement in the murder and hoped that such an incident would never happen again.
“My daughter was murdered violently. The Vasai police caused me a lot of issues; if they had assisted me, my daughter would still be alive today, he claimed.
He also said “I expect a similar lesson for Aaftab Poonwala in the way he murdered my daughter. He should be hanged.”
Aftab just underwent a polygraph test with numerous rounds as well as a narco test. Aftab is accused of strangling Shraddha in May and dismembering and disposing of her body parts throughout the city. According to reports, the Delhi police have found 13 body pieces in the Mehrauli woodland region, but they are unsure if they belong to Shraddha. The DNA test’s findings are still pending.