Aftab Ponewala, the killer of a girl named Shraddha in the Indian capital, New Delhi, has confessed to the crime in court.
According to Indian media reports, the suspect is cooperating with the police and the suspect has also provided maps of the places where the body parts were dumped.
According to reports, the accused was produced in the court through video conferencing after which his remand was extended for 4 days.
According to Indian media, police found more remains of Shraddha in Mehroli forests on Sunday, which have been sent for DNA testing.
It should be noted that the accused had killed Shraddha Walker in May and cut her body into 35 pieces and kept them in the fridge.