New Delhi: It seems the Shradha Walker murder case has more to it than what is coming to the fore. In a recent such development, accused Aftab Amin Poonawala confessed that he had 20 more girlfriends apart from Shraddha, whom he murdered. All these girls used to come to his home and he met them through a famous dating app Bumble. The 28-year-old accused also said that he had close relations with many of these girls.
This disclosure has been made by Aftab Poonawala during the interrogation by Mehrauli police. The South District Police has written a letter and message to the dating app Bumble seeking information about these girls. The South District Police sources say that all these girls can be called soon and questioned about their relationships with the prime accused of the Shraddha Walker murder case.
A senior officer of the Mehrauli Police told that Aftab had also befriended Shraddha through the Bumble app. At that time Shraddha was studying in college and the accused used to work in a call centre. Accused Aftab used to create an account on the app by taking a new SIM each time he befriended a girl.
All the sims were registered on his own name. He had taken many sims from Delhi. Police officials say that in this way he had befriended more than 20 girls. After killing Shraddha, accused Aftab had sold his mobile handset on an online platform and had broken the SIM, and threw it away. Further investigations are on in this case by the Mehrauli police.