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Delhi Murder: Aftab Brought Another Woman While Shraddha’s Body Parts Remained in Fridge

Delhi Murder: Aftab Brought Another Woman While Shraddha’s Body Parts Remained in Fridge

The gruesome Delhi murder case of Shraddha Walker has shocked the entire nation. Delhi Police has arrested Aftab Amin Poonawala, who allegedly killed his girlfriend, Shraddha. After killing her, Aftab chopped her body into 35 pieces and stored them in a newly brought fridge. During the investigation into the Delhi murder case, it was found out that Aftab allegedly brought another woman to the rented apartment in Mehrauli, South Delhi, while Shraddha Walker’s body remained in the fridge. As per Indian Express’ report, Aftab Amin Poonawala told the police during the interrogation of the Shraddha murder case. After killing Shraddha, Aftab installed the dating app Bumble where he got in touch with another woman. Notably, Aftab and Shraddha had met on the Bumble app in 2019. The report by The Indian Express further revealed that the other woman who got in touch with Aftab visited the house multiple times in June and July while Shraddha’s body parts were still stuffed in the fridge. The police said that Aftab and Shraddha used to get into regular fights during their relationship in Mumbai. However, to make things better, they planned a trip to Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand in April this year and then shifted to Delhi. On May 15, they rented a flat in South Delhi’s Mehrauli area, and just three days later, they again got into a fight which ended up in Aftab killing Shraddha. Additional DCP (South) Ankit Chauhan said: “We suspect the woman was shouting or screaming during the fight, and the man tried to silence her by strangling and overpowering her. She died during the struggle.”

Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas: I Bow Down To all Tribal Freedom Fighters and Unsung Heroes, Says President Droupadi Murmu

The Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas is celebrated on November 15 every year to mark the birth anniversary of iconic tribal leader Birsa Munda. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Droupadi Murmu greeted citizens and said that the tribal communities have enriched the life of the nation with their arts, crafts and hardwork. “I bow down to all tribal freedom fighters and unsung heroes. Tribal people’s contribution to the nation’s journey since Independence is no less significant. My best wishes for their development and prosperity” said President Droupadi Murmu. In a recent video address, PM Modi revealed that museums dedicated to tribal freedom fighters are being built across the country to recognise their contributions. The Modi government announced Birsa Munda’s birth anniversary as Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas. The Prime Minister had said that India is marching on to fulfil the dreams of Munda and many other tribal heroes.

Delhi’s AQI Levels Improves From ‘Very Poor’ to ‘Poor’ Category; 221 AQI Recorded on Tuesday Morning

As per the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research, SAFAR, the air pollution levels in Delhi came down from the ‘Very Poor’ to the ‘Poor’ category. The national capital recorded an AQI of 221 on Tuesday morning. The NCR area also recorded some improvement in the air quality, with Gurugram moving to the ‘Moderate’ category. However, Noida has not shown any progress, and the AQI (302) continues to remain in ‘Very Poor’ quality. In view of the recovery of the air quality, the sub-committee under the Grade Response Action Plan (GRAP) of the Commission for Air Quality Management in NCR and Adjoining Areas (CAQM) held a review meeting on Monday. While reviewing the overall air quality parameters, the Commission noted that it is advisable to relax the restrictions and roll back Stage III of the GRAP in the entire NCR, provided that the AQI levels don’t slip back to the ‘Severe’ category.

Also read: Authorities put a ban on the entry of Heavy Vehicles due to surging AQI in Delhi 

Recapture of Kherson: Will It Mark The End of the Russia-Ukraine War?

On Monday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Ukraine’s recapture of key city Kherson marked ‘the beginning of the end of the war’. However, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg cautioned that Ukraine may face difficult days ahead and that Russia’s military capability cannot be underestimated. The Ukrainian Presidency distributed images of Volodymyr Zelensky singing the national anthem with his hand over his chest as the country’s flag was hoisted next to Kherson’s main administrative building. “It is a long way, difficult way because the war took the best heroes of our country. We are ready for peace, but our peace, for our country, it’s all our country, all our territory,” said the Ukrainian President. “The price of this war is high.” he further added. Zelensky’s visit came days after Ukrainian troops entered Kherson after Russia pulled back its forces on Friday. The recapture of Kherson by the Ukrainian troops is the latest setback for Kremlin, which invaded Kyiv on February 24, hoping for an easy takeover that would topple the Ukrainian government in days. 

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