3 Jan 2023

Delhi Sultanpuri Kanjhawala Girl Dragging Case: Deceased was Not Sexually Abused, Kejriwal Announces Compensation


New Delhi: In Delhi's Kanjhawala hit and run case, the girl's death has come to light due to serious injuries on her head-spinal and lower part. The post-mortem report has also confirmed that she was not raped. On the other hand, her friend Nidhi in her statement to the police has told the fault of car drivers resulted in the accident.

Friend said she got scared

According to police sources, Nidhi told that when the car collided, she got scared due to which she did not tell anything to anyone. After the collision I became, so left there and went straight home. We were both present in the hotel together, Nidhi said.

At the same time, the accused have given a statement to the police that the scooty was swaying on the road due to which the collision took place. The police are verifying the statements of both the sides.
Addressing a press conference at the Police Headquarters here, Sagar Preet Hooda, Special Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) said, that the post-mortem revealed that Anjali's head, spine and left femur had serious injuries and death was caused due to excessive bleeding. Rape not confirmed. 

Earlier, the police had disclosed that the victim was accompanied by her friend Nidhi on the scooty. After the collision, the deceased got trapped in the car and was dragged for 12 kms. Earlier the matter of dragging 4 km came to the fore. The other girl who was on the scooty fled from the spot after the accident. She too has minor injuries.

Forensic experts involved in examination of scene of crime

“The police have traced her friend who was with the victim at the time of incident. Her statement was recorded.”
Multiple teams have been engaged in the investigation of the Kanjhawala case, police said earlier.
The forensic experts have been involved to examine the scene of crime. The teams collected evidence from the vehicles which would ensure successful prosecution.
On Monday, the Ministry of Home Affairs sought a detailed inquiry report into the Kanjhawala incident from Delhi Police.
"The five accused were sent to three days police custody for further investigation. The CCTVs footage was being collected to examine them," Hooda said earlier.

Rs 10 lakh compensation to deceased's family

On the other hand, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that Rs 10 lakh compensation will be given to the family of the deceased and the best lawyer will be appointed to fight the case.

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