After the accident, 10 patrolling vehicles including a PCR van were deployed to nab the accused Anjali while he was taking her on a rampage on the streets of Delhi. However, they still could not catch the accused. 10 police vehicles along with 3 PCR vans deployed in Kanzawala, Hoshambi border and Aman Vihar area were involved in the search for the Baleno car. But due to thick fog, they could not catch the accused, it is reported.
What happened during the 100-hour investigation?
On the night of December 31, Anjali’s scooty met with an accident. After this, Anjali’s leg got stuck in that car. The accused dragged Anjali on the road for about 12 kms, due to which she died. After that, they left the body on the road and ran away. More than 100 hours have passed since this incident. The police are investigating the case from every angle, but the case is getting more complicated as new things are coming forward every day.
According to sources, PCR received the first call about the incident on January 1 at 2.30 am. After this, another call came at around 3:30 in the morning. Meanwhile, the police got information that a woman’s body was stuck under the car and the car driver was running away. However, due to thick fog, the callers could not give the number of that vehicle to the police.
Following this, several teams were formed under the chairmanship of four ACPs from Rohini district, so that they could trace the car. Also, they can identify the accused along with the victim. For this, teams from Aman Vihar, Prem Nagar, Begumpur and Prashant Vihar were deployed. The police managed to trace the Baleno car with the help of a camera fitted with an automatic number plate reader in the Kanzawala area. After this, the police reached the owner of the car.
The PCR van went through the same route
Not only this, a CCTV footage has also surfaced, in which a PCR van can be seen passing on the Sultanpuri and Kanzawala route within 5 minutes of the incident. This PCR van was going to settle a dispute. Three people were also detained from there. When the police van returned with the PCR call, they saw the accident scooty and informed the local SHO, police said.
Only the car was found at the accident site
According to the police officer, no one was present at the site of the accident. Therefore, the police thought that the accident victim must have been taken to the hospital. After this, the police searched for the owner of the scooty, from which it was found that the scooty belonged to Anjali Singh, who died in the accident. According to sources, the police have seized another CCTV footage, in which the victim is seen drinking alcohol and fighting. However, in the autopsy report, it was not found that alcohol was consumed. The police say that only the viscera report will tell whether Anjali had consumed alcohol or not.
Nidhi is lying, Anjali’s mother alleges
So, Anjali’s mother rejected her friend Nidhi’s claim. Anjali’s mother said that her daughter never drank alcohol. Also he never saw Nidhi. Anjali’s mother said she never came to our house she is lying. According to the police, Nidhi was with Anjali before the accident, so she is the main eyewitness in the case.
Police have found two CCTVs of Nidhi reaching home. In one CCTV, she is seen running on the road, while in another, she is seen reaching home. The video that has surfaced of reaching Nidhi’s house is at 1.36 pm. But, according to the police, Anjali’s accident took place between two and a half. In such a situation, the question is being raised as to how Nidhi reached home before the accident. However, the CCTV camera time is claimed to be 45 minutes behind. Meanwhile, the footage in which she is seen on the street is 2.02 minutes long. According to the police, the timing of both the footages is being investigated and enquired.
What happened so far?
January 1 – Police found Anjali’s dead body in Sultanpuri. Police registered a case under accident section and arrested 5 accused.
January 2 – Questions are raised on the accident theory. The police imposed Section 304 for death due to negligence.
January 3 – New twist in the case, entry of Anjali’s friend Nidhi. Nidhi was with Anjali at the time of the accident. Nidhi tells Anjali that she is drunk.
January 4 – Alcohol is not mentioned anywhere in the autopsy report. Also questioning the timing of Nidhi’s arrival home, Anjali’s family said Nidhi’s claims were false.