New Delhi, 1 December: The Delhi Police on Thursday conducted Shraddha murder accused Aftab Poonawalla’s narco test for two hours at Ambedkar Hospital in Rohini under the supervision of doctors and experts.
Aftab’s polygraph tests have also been conducted five times at Rohini’s FSL office. Due to the apprehension of attack on Aftab, a large number of police personnel were deployed, according to Delhi Police’s Special Commissioner (Law and Order) Sagarpreet Hooda.
According to the police, the narco test is considered important for the revelations in the Shraddha murder case. Many important questions related to the case were asked in the narco test. After the completion of the narco test, Aftab has been kept under observation for about two hours.
Many types of medicines and injections are administered for the narco test, in which the accused does not face any kind of problem as the accused is neither completely conscious nor unconscious. Scientifically, medicines like sodium pentothal, scopolamine and sodium amytal are given for this test. The test can be conducted when the accused is aware of it and has given consent to it. This test is done in the presence of the investigating officer, psychologist, doctor and forensic experts.