2 Jan 2023

Delhi Sulanpuri Girl Dragging Case: Amit Shah Seeks Report from Police


New Delhi: Home Minister Amit Shah has sought a report from the Delhi Police in the Delhi Sulanpuri girl dragging case. Amit Shah has asked the Delhi Police to prepare and submit the report soon.

Shah has directed the Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora to submit fact-finding inquiry in connection with the death of 20-year-old girl in Kanjhawala. Special CP Shalini Singh has been asked to conduct enquiry after forming a team.
In the Kanjhawala case, the dead body of the girl was brought to Maulana Azad Medical College on Monday evening. Here a panel of three doctors did the post-mortem for about one and a half hours. The team of senior doctors constituted by the Medical Board was involved in this.

Paramilitary forces deployed outside police station

A contingent of paramilitary forces has been called in view of the crowd and protests outside Sultanpuri police station. Delhi Police is appealing to the people to maintain peace.
Delhi Police's Special Police Commissioner Law and Order Dr. Sagar Preet Hooda held a press conference regarding the Kanjhawala case. 

He said that this incident is very sad and the police are in touch with the victim's family. He said that the accused had dragged the girl for about 12 to 13 kms. Sections 304, 304-A, 279 and 120-B have been imposed on the accused. He said police will add more sections if needed.

Forensic examination of vehicle will be done

Hooda said forensic examination of the vehicle will be done. The investigation is still in its initial stages. Apart from this, the real cause of death will be revealed after the post-mortem.

Accused on 3-day police remand

Now the police will recreate the crime scene. The forensic team has collected evidence from the spot.
On Monday, the accused were presented in Rohini court. The court has sent the five accused Manoj Mittal, Deepak Khanna, Amit Khanna, Krishna and Mithun on police remand for three days. According to Delhi Police, Deepak Khanna was driving the car during the accident. The police had demanded five days remand from the court.
Timeline will be made on the basis of CCTV footage and digital evidence. For this, the accused will be brought to the crime spot. Based on the post-mortem report, more sections will be added against the accused.

AAP workers protest outside LG’s residence

Pressing for strict action against those who dragged a girl under their car for 13 kms in Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party workers staged a protest outside the Lieutenant Governor's residence today. Protesters were monitored by drones, as well as water cannons were used to control them.

AAP MLA's car vandalized

Rakhi Birla, Aam Aadmi Party MLA and Delhi's deputy speaker, claimed that the police were shielding the accused because the accused were associated with the BJP. Police is working under the pressure of BJP.
People vandalized the vehicle of AAP MLA Rakhi Birla. The MLA had reached the police station to inquire about the matter. People broke the wiper of her car and also flattened the bonnet.

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