Delhi Accident: Anjali Dragged In Car Case In Detail New CCTV EvidenceThangaraja Palaniappan (Author) Published Date : Jan 03, 2023 14:38 IST
Anjali Singh hailed from Delhi's Amanvihar area and was an event manager. She used to attend and work on weddings and auspicious functions. Meanwhile, Anjali attended a function in Delhi during the New Year. After the show, she returned home on her scooty.
While arriving in Delhi's Sultanpuri area, an oncoming Baleno car hit the scooty terribly. Anjali was thrown and tragically died on the spot. And his leg got stuck in the car wheel. Even after this, the driver who did not stop the car drove the dead body of the woman about 4 km.
She was dragged from Sultanpuri to Kanjhawala. Police recovered the young woman's body and sent it for post-mortem. They also arrested five people in the car and fastened the investigation as the public was pressured on the incident.
The video recording of being dragged over a distance has gone viral on social media. Many condemned the barbaric act of the accused. And since Anjali's body was half-naked, it was assumed that she might have been raped and murdered. But the police confirmed that it was an accident and was not raped.
This heart-shattering incident has created a great commotion in the nation. New CCTV footage of the victim with another woman has come to light during the investigation. It is learned that the young woman was not travelling alone on the two-wheeler, and another woman was riding behind her. The police said this came to light while examining the CCTV footage of the accident.
Following the incident, the five accused Deepak Khanna (26), Gramin Seva auto driver; Amit Khanna (25), who worked in a bank on a contract basis in Uttam Nagar; Krishan (27), who worked at Spanish Culture Centre in CP; Mithun (26), a hairdresser and Manoj Mittal (27 were arrested and remanded in police custody for three days.