No sign of woman present inside car found so far in Kanjhawala death case: FSL report
4 January, 2023 | Vaishali Sharma
In a significant development in the Kanjhawala death case, the Forensic Science Laboratory announced on Wednesday that preliminary analysis indicates no indication of the lady present inside the au...
In a significant development in the Kanjhawala death case, the Forensic Science Laboratory announced on Wednesday that preliminary analysis indicates no indication of the lady present inside the automobile has been located thus far.
It was also stated that the lady was attached to the front left wheel of the car since the majority of blood streaks were discovered behind the front left wheel.
“Initial examination of the accused’s car suggests that the woman was stuck onto the front left wheel of the vehicle. Most blood stains were found behind the front left wheel. Blood stains have been found on other parts also, under the car,” the FSL report said.
“No sign of the woman present inside the car found so far,” the report added.
Blood samples of the occupants of the car who are arrested have also reached the FSL for detailed examination.
Earlier, according to the FIR filed by the Delhi Police in the incident in which a 20-year-old girl was killed after being hit by a car and then dragged for a few kilometres on the road while becoming entangled in the wheels, two of the four accused, Deepak Khanna and Amit Khanna, borrowed the car from one of their friends at around 7 p.m. on December 31, 2022, and parked it back at his house at around 5 a.m.
According to the FIR, Deepak was driving the automobile while accused Manoj Mittal sat next to him.
“Accused Mithun Kumar and Amit Khanna were in the back seat of the car,” the FIR read.
“After fleeing from the accident spot they stopped the car near village Jaunti on Kanjhawala Road, where they found the victim woman’s body stuck under the car,” the FIR further stated.
Earlier on Tuesday, deceased Anjali’s friend Nidhi, who was on the pillion seat at the time of the incident, on Tuesday said that the men knew the girl has got stuck under their car, still they kept dragging her.
“After the car hit us, I fell to one side. My friend got stuck under the car. Men knew that the girl had stuck under their car, still, they deliberately kept dragging her,” she said.
Accused Deepak works as a driver in outer Delhi and Amit works as a credit card holder in a bank. Krishna does a private job in Connaught Place and Mithun hairdresser.
The fifth accused in the case is Manoj Mittal who runs a ration shop in the Sultanpuri area and does local-level politics, is active in BJP as a local worker. In a shocking revelation, Nidhi said that Anjali was in an inebriated state but still insisted on driving the two-wheeler.
While speaking to ANI, the eyewitness, said, “She was in a drunken state but insisted on driving the two-wheeler. After being hit by the car, she came under the car and got dragged with it. I was scared and went away and returned home, didn’t tell anything to anyone.”
“It is the fault of the girl who was driving in an inebriated state. I insisted to her so much that don’t drive, I am conscious, let me drive. She didn’t believe me and believed herself,” Nidhi added.