New twist in delhi horror case: Another girl was with Anjali on the scooty at the time of the accident
A new revelation has come to light in the Kanjhawala incident in the capital Delhi. The girl who was dragged on the road for 12 km after being hit by a car on New Year’s night, was not alone at the time of the incident. A friend of her’s was also present with the girl on the scooty, who left the spot after the accident. At the same time, the leg of the deceased was stuck in the car, after which the car dragged her away. This has been revealed from the CCTV footage.
It is clearly visible in the CCTV footage that the victim and her friend are seen going on a scooty at night. In the footage, the victim is in a pink T-shirt while the victim’s friend is in a red T-shirt. The victim’s friend is driving the scooty while she is sitting behind.
The friend takes the scooty but at some distance the victim asks to drive the scooty herself, after which the friend gives her the scooty. After this, the victim starts driving the scooty and the friend sits behind. After this, the scooty meets with an accident in Sultanpuri area, in which the friend also suffered minor injuries and fled from the spot. The victim’s luck was not good and her leg got stuck in the car after which she got dragged along with the car.
The girl’s body was stuck and the car was running on the road. During this, a person also informed the police. At around 4 o’clock the Kanjhawala police received information that a girl was lying naked on the road. On information, the police reached the spot and took her to the hospital, where she was declared brought dead.
After the accident, when the police searched the route, they found that there were not one but two girls on the scooty. When the car hit, her friend was also sitting behind along with the victim. After the collision, both the girls fell, due to which her friend panicked and ran home from the spot.
Meanwhile, the police have arrested 5 accused in the case, who were produced in the Rohini court on Monday (January 2). The police had asked for a remand of the accused for 5 days, but the court approved the remand for 3 days.