Amit Shah said that I just want to tell the people of the country that whoever has done this, Delhi Police and prosecution will ensure strict punishment through law and courts in the shortest possible time.
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Thursday Delhi Police and prosecution Shraddha Walker In murder cases, we will ensure strict punishment of the accused in the shortest possible time. In a private channel program, he said, ‘The whole matter is under my control. I just want to tell the people of the country that whoever has done this, Delhi Police and prosecution will ensure strict punishment through law and court at the shortest possible time.
Shah said there is no lack of coordination between the Delhi and Mumbai police. The Home Minister said, ‘But the letter that came out, Delhi Police has no role. Shraddha sent a letter to a police station in Maharashtra saying that her body was being threatened to be hacked to death. No action was taken there. There will be an investigation. We didn’t have a government then. Strict action will be taken against whoever is responsible.
Accused Aftab cut Shraddha’s body into 35 pieces
Mumbai BJP chief Ashish Shelar on Wednesday questioned the Maharashtra Police’s failure to act in a letter written by call center employee Shraddha Walker in November 2020. Walker wrote in the letter that his live-in partner Aftab Poonawala had tried to kill him. Poonawalla allegedly murdered his live-in partner Walker (27) and cut his body into 35 pieces.
Poonawala allegedly kept the pieces in a 300-litre fridge for about three weeks at his home in south Delhi’s Mehrauli. For several days, they started throwing in the middle of the night in different areas of the city. He was arrested by the Delhi Police on November 19.
Profit-Jihad is also involved in Shraddha Walker’s murder case – CM Sarma
At the same time, Assam Chief Minister and BJP leader Himanta Biswa Sharma, at the same event, claimed that Shraddha Walker’s killing had elements of ‘love-jihad’. Asked about raising the Waqar killing case during the election campaign and demanding stricter laws against ‘love-jihad’, Sarma said the issue was related to women’s safety and there was a ‘love pot’ involved. – Jihad’.
He said, ‘….Aftab (Poonawala) brought Shraddha to Delhi to get married. He cut Shraddha’s body into 35 pieces and kept it in the fridge… Then brought another girl in the same room… It’s about women’s safety, it’s about my daughter’s safety, and there’s love-jihad in it. (input from language)