‘Aftab Mere Tukde-Tukde Kar Dega’, Shraddha had told the police 2 years back what was going to happen? – न्यूज़लीड India

‘Aftab Mere Tukde-Tukde Kar Dega’, Shraddha had told the police 2 years back what was going to happen?


Letter written to Mumbai Police on 23 November 2020

According to media reports, Shraddha had told Mumbai Police about the assault in her complaint about Aftab two years ago. It is being claimed in the media reports that on 23 November 2020, Shraddha had given an application to Palghar Police in Mumbai, stating that Aftab behaves violently with her. He is assaulted. In such a situation, if action is not taken on his live-in partner on time, then his life will be lost.

'Aftab will tear me into pieces', told the police

‘Aftab will tear me into pieces’, told the police

Shraddha had already expressed her fear of being dismembered in a letter to the police. In a letter to the Mumbai Police, Shraddha clearly wrote that Aftab tried to kill her. Not only this, Shraddha had also told her family about Aftab, but Aftab’s family did not take any step and as a result of which the accused Aftab hacked Shraddha to pieces after brutally killing her.

This 2 years old letter revealed many secrets

This 2 years old letter revealed many secrets

This 2-year-old letter clearly shows that Aftab used to manhandle her since coming into the relationship. Not only this, Shraddha also revealed in her letter that Aftab threatens to kill her and cut her into pieces. At the same time, Aftab had beaten him badly, due to which Shraddha had to be admitted to the hospital.

Aftab also threatens to commit suicide

Aftab also threatens to commit suicide

In her letter to the Mumbai Police, Shraddha had also disclosed that Aftab used to threaten her to commit suicide, due to which she used to get scared. According to media reports, Aftab later apologized to Shraddha, after which the two started living together again. Please tell that in this whole case, the police have recorded the statements of three friends of Aftab. So far the statements of 17 people have been recorded.

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