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Kanjhawala case: Murder charges against men involved in Delhi’s horrific New Year hit-and-drag case

The Home Ministry had asked to register a murder case in the Kanjhawala case.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: Delhi Police has registered a case under murder (302) against the accused in the famous Kanjhawala case. After taking legal advice, a case has been registered against the accused under the section of murder. Let me tell you, the Ministry of Home Affairs had asked to register a case of murder in this matter. Significantly, a new revelation has come to light in the Kanjhawala case that took place on the night of 31 December. If sources are to be believed, all the accused in the car were intoxicated at the time of the accident. Last week on Friday, FSL Rohini handed over the blood test report of the accused to the Delhi Police.

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Blood test revealed that all the accused had consumed alcohol. It is to be known that at the time of the incident, there were four persons in the car, who first hit the scooty of the girl and then dragged her for several KMs. The girl had died in this accident. Delhi Police had arrested seven accused in this case, out of which two accused Ankush Khanna and Ashutosh have been released on bail by the court.

Last week, the Delhi Police had suspended 11 of its personnel in this matter. Officials said that the policemen who have been suspended were on duty at the PCR and checkpoints on the way at the time of the incident. The Home Ministry had on Thursday directed the Delhi Police to suspend three PCR vans and all personnel on duty at two posts in this matter. The Home Ministry has directed the Delhi Police to file a chargesheet in the matter at the earliest so that May the culprits be punished.

Significantly, according to the post mortem report of the Kanjhawala case, there were 40 injuries on the dead girl’s body. Out of this, there are about 5 injuries due to collision with the vehicle, rest of the injuries are due to rubbing or rubbing by getting stuck in the vehicle. The cause of death could be “shock and haemorrhage” due to injuries to the head, spine, left femur and both lower limbs. All these injuries can be the cause of death as a whole or the head, spine, long bones and other injuries can be the cause of death separately. All these injuries were caused due to the blunt force impact and drag of the car collision.

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