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Aftab asked for a novel to pass the time, the jail administration handed over - The Great Railway Bazar

Pankaj Prasad
Aftab Amin Poonawalla
Aftab Amin Poonawalla

News is coming from Tihar Jail sources that Aftab, accused in the Shraddha Walkar murder case, has made some demands from the jail administration.

Polygraph and narco test of Shraddha Walkar murder accused Aftab Amin Poonawalla has been completed. In which he gave similar answers in the inquiry. Here, news is coming about the accused Aftab that he has asked the jail administration for novels and literature books to pass the time. Taking initiative on which the officials have also fulfilled his demand.

Accused Aftab demanding books from Tihar Jail Administration

Aftab , an accused in the Shraddha Walkar murder case, had demanded the Tihar administration to provide novels and literature books for reading. Here, fulfilling the demand of Shraddha's killer, the jail officials have handed over the book to him. The name of the book is The Great Railway Bazaar.

Know about The Great Railway Bazaar

By Train Through Asia is a travelogue by American novelist Paul Theroux, first published in 1975. It recounts Theroux's four-month journey by train from London in 1973 through Europe, the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia, and his return via the Trans-Siberian Railway. In the book, Theroux explores themes such as colonialism, American imperialism, poverty, and ignorance. These were embodied in the sights and sounds he experienced, as well as in his interactions with other people, such as his fellow travelers. It includes elements of fiction such as description of places, situations and people, which reflect the author's own thoughts and perspective. Theroux lived in Africa, Singapore and England before the publication of The Great Railway Bazaar.


Shraddha's accused Aftab is spending time playing chess in jail

There is news about Shraddha Walkar murder accused Aftab Punewala that he is passing his time in jail by playing chess. This was revealed when the investigation team along with the officials reached Tihar Jail. Quoting sources, it is reported that when the forensic team reached Tihar, the accused Aftab was playing chess.

Afbat made big disclosure in polygraph and narco test

Aftab Amin Poonawala, accused in Shraddha Walkar murder case, has made many big revelations in polygraph and narco test. During interrogation, Aftab told that he had also used a knife to cut Walkar's body into pieces and had thrown the saw somewhere in the bushes near his office in Gurgaon. Poonawalla told that he threw Shraddha's head in the forested areas of Mehrauli and the mobile phone in the sea in Mumbai.

Aftab confessed to killing Shraddha

During interrogation, Aftab confessed to killing his live-in-partner and also confessed that he had thrown her body parts at various places in the forested areas of Delhi. However, the police are yet to find Walker's skull and are still searching for other body parts and the skull.

Accused Aftab killed Shraddha and cut her body into 35 pieces

Significantly, 28-year-old Poonawalla was convicted of killing Walkar, who was in a 'live-in relationship', cutting her body into 35 pieces and keeping them in a 300-litre fridge at his residence in South Delhi's Mehrauli for three weeks and keeping the body parts for several days. I am accused of setting up hideouts in different parts of the city. Poonawalla was arrested on 12 November.