According to the latest investigation reports, police and members of the commission investigating the murder of Farkhunda, have discovered used condoms along with the packs of condoms and sexual enhancement tablets and capsules from one of the rooms of the shrine.
The Ministry of Hajj and Religious Affairs of Afghanistan closed the shrine following a tragic incident last month.
Thousands of people were visiting Shah Do Shamshera for prayers and the shrine was getting over crowded particularly on Wednesdays.
At least 48 people including the custodian and the servant of the shrine have been arrested by police after investigations revealed the accusations were false and no proof was found to prove the holy Quran was torched.
The 27-year-old Farkhunda was brutally beaten, murdered and her body was set on fire by angry mob after she was accused of burning Quran.
Farkhunda was brutally murdered after she spoke out against the superstitious practices she had witnessed with mullahs selling good-luck charms.
Her brutal murder also sparked several unprecedented protests in Kabul and other major cities of Afghanistan.
The accused individuals are expected to face trial next as the the attorney general office completed investigations into the incident.