The last chat before Shraddha’s death has come to the fore. This is on 18th May i.e. a few hours before the death. Shraddha had messaged her friend at 4.34 pm. But Shraddha did not know that this would be her last chat. Shraddha had said in a message written to her friend that I HAVE GOT NEWS. Shraddha has sent another message after this. In this he has written that I am very busy in something.
The same day at 6:29 pm his friend asked what was the news. However, Shraddha did not respond to this. After this his friend tried several times, but Shraddha did not respond.
Aftab also did not reply to the message
Later on September 15 at 4:35 pm, the friend wrote a letter to Aftab and asked what happened brother? Where are you. want to talk to you Tell Shraddha to talk. But Aftab did not give any answer on this. After this, the friend also called Aftab at 5 pm. But Aftab did not answer.
On September 24, the friend messaged Shraddha and asked where are you. Are you safe? After this, Shraddha’s friend suspected that something wrong had happened with her. Shraddha’s friend told that there was a message scene in Shraddha’s chat on September 24, but no reply was given.
Aftab killed Shraddha and cut the dead body into 35 pieces.
Mumbai’s Shraddha Walker was living with Aftab in a live-in flat in Mehrauli, Delhi. It is alleged that Aftab had strangled Shraddha to death on 18 May. According to Aftab, Shraddha was pressurizing him for marriage. Aftab then cut Shraddha’s body into 35 pieces. He even bought a fridge to keep the pieces. Aftab had kept the pieces of Shraddha’s dead body in the fridge. He used to go every night to throw the dead body in the Mehrauli forest. He did this for about 20 days.
Ever since Shraddha was in a relationship with Aftab, her father was not in touch with her. But Shraddha used to talk to one of his friends, Laxman. When Shraddha did not answer Laxman’s calls and messages for several days, then he told the whole thing to Shraddha’s father. After this Shraddha reached the police. When the police interrogated Aftab, the whole matter came to light.