4 Jan 2023

Delhi Sultanpuri Girl Dragging Case: Accused Were Aware Girl Was Stuck; Manish Sisodia Announces Job For Member Of Victim's Family

New Delhi: In the case of the road accident in Kanjhawala, Delhi, new facts are continuously coming to the fore. Now preliminary investigation of the car of the accused has revealed that the girl was trapped in the front left wheel of the vehicle. Today the accused will be produced in the court.

Accused crushed the girl two-three times by moving car back and forth: The accused were aware that the girl was trapped. They knew that they had hit the girl riding a scooty. They crushed the girl two-three times by moving the car back and forth. The accused had seen the dragging hand of the girl after dragging her for two and a half kilometers. 

Accused saw girl's hand: The accused had a feeling that something was stuck in the car. When they looked outside, they saw the girl's hand. But seeing a PCR standing on the way, they again started dragging the girl.

Took more than four U-turns: The car had taken a U-turn more than four times to release the girl. This painful accident happened in just 24 seconds. During this, the car passed through four Sultanpuri, Aman Vihar, Prem Nagar and Kanjhawala police station areas.

Delhi govt will arrange for treatment of girl's mother: Delhi Government Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said that this incident is very sad. Today I met the family. Whatever is needed for the treatment of the girl's mother will be provided by the Delhi government. The Chief Minister had eartlier announced that assistance of 10 lakh can be given by the government.

Job to a member of deceased girl's family: Sisodia said government will give a job to a member of deceased girl's family. Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has met girl's family. He was accompanied by Sanjay Singh and Saurabh Bhardwaj. During this, he announced that the Delhi government would give a job to a member of girl's family.

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