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Man chopped his live-in partner into 35 pieces in Delhi

New Delhi : Police in Delhi have arrested a man on suspicion of murdering his live-in partner, chopping her body into 35 pieces, and disposing of the body parts in various locations throughout the city.


According to Delhi police officials, the accused, Aftab (28), and the deceased, Shraddha (28) met while working at a call center in Mumbai and fell in love.

When their families refused to accept their relationship, the couple moved to Delhi and began living in a rented apartment in the Chhatarpur area, Mehrauli police said.


According to officials, she was murdered when she began pressuring him into marriage. They claim that on May 18, the couple fought, and the accused strangled her in a fit of rage.


They added that he then cut her body into 35 pieces, bought a refrigerator, and kept them in it. Later, over the course of 18 days, he began disposing of the body parts in various locations in and around Delhi. According to sources, he would leave at 2 a.m. every day to dump the body parts throughout Delhi, mostly in different areas of the Mehrauli forest.


According to police, some remains were recovered from the forest, but it is unknown whether they are human remains. They also stated that the knife used by the accused, who was reportedly trained as a chef, had not yet been found.


When the victim stopped communicating with her parents, her family checked her social media accounts and discovered no updates during this time. Soon after, one of her friends informed Shraddha’s brother that her phone had been turned off for more than two months.


Her father, Vikas Madaan Walkar, arrived in Delhi on November 8 to check on his daughter and discovered a lock on her flat. He went to the Mehrauli Police Station and filed a kidnapping complaint.

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