“Our Hearts With Shraddha Walkar’s Family”: Dating App Bumble On Murder
The dating service Bumble, which Aftab Poonawala allegedly used to kill and dismember his fiancée, has expressed its “devastation” over the incident and promised to “be available” for the authorities at all times.
On Bumble, Shraddha Walkar and Aftab Poonawala connected. After their parents disapproved of their relationship, both moved to Delhi from Mumbai. She accused Aftab Poonawala of cheating on her, and the two frequently quarreled.
“Everyone at Bumble is devastated to hear about this unspeakable crime, and our hearts are with Shraddha Walker’s family and loved ones,” a Bumble spokesperson said.
“We will continue to follow closely and remain available to law enforcement should they request our support. The safety and wellbeing of our members is our top priority and we have a dedicated global team serving their needs,” the spokesperson said.
According to sources, the police will contact Bumble to learn more about Aftab Poonawala’s profile.
According to police sources, he started seeing another woman on the same app about 20 days after allegedly killing Shraddha Walkar. While Shraddha Walkar’s bodily parts were still at the Delhi residence, he frequently took the woman home.
The police now believe Aftab Poonawala intentionally misled them by providing false information about what he actually did with Shraddha Walkar’s phone and the saw he used to dismember the body in the gruesome murder.
Aftab Poonawala repeatedly altered his responses while being questioned, saying that he threw Shraddha Walkar’s cell phone in Maharashtra one time and then another. Delhi court has granted the police authority to test him for drugs using narcoanalysis. Whitney Wolfe Herd, an entrepreneur, established Bumble in 2014. It is located in the US.
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