NEW DELHI: Delhi Police on Tuesday, said that ‘a new chapter’ has come to the fore in the road accident in the capital’s Kanjhawala. He said that victim was not alone while another girls was present with her at the time of incident.
Special CP of Delhi Police Sagar Preet Hooda on Tuesday, reported the media about the new facts that came out in the investigation.
Special CP Hooda said, “A new chapter has come to the fore in the Sultanpuri incident. In the incident that took place, there was another girl with the deceased.”
Kanjhawala death case | The deceased was not alone on her scooty. A girl was with her at the time of the accident. She walked away from the spot after the accident. Now we have an eyewitness of the incident. Her statement will be recorded under 164 CrPC: Special CP (L&O) Zone II pic.twitter.com/HO7VcL4CMl— ANI (@ANI) January 3, 2023
The big point: The other woman, who has not been identified by the Delhi Police, reportedly fled the spot. She did not sustain any injuries, the police added.
Special CP Hooda said, “She (the other girl) was with him when the incident took place. She was not hurt. She had left.”
According to the Special CP of Delhi Police, this is an ‘important success’ in this case.
In a barely one minute press conference, the Special CP only gave updates related to the investigation. He did not take questions from the media.
What about the eyewitness?
He said, “Now we have eyewitnesses of the incident who are cooperating with the police. Their statements are being recorded. This is an important thing.”
Special CP Hooda claimed, “This will prove to be important in getting the accused punished. Investigation is going on in this matter. Soon the Delhi Police will complete the investigation. The culprits will be punished severely.”
Earlier, the Delhi Police had told that after the collision in the early hours of Sunday, the girl’s body got stuck in the car and dragged along with the car for 10-12 kms.
The victim’s mother and other family members are questioning the ‘police theory’.
The Home Ministry has also sought a report in this matter.