In the Kanjhawala case, the Ministry of Home Affairs had directed the Delhi Police to suspend the policemen present in the PCR vans that were deployed at the time of the incident, with immediate effect. It was said in the report that the jawans posted in 2 police pickets did not fulfill their responsibility.
New Delhi: Around 11 policemen have been suspended for negligence in Delhi’s Kanjhawala case. There are 2 Sub Inspector, 4 Assistant Sub Inspector, 4 Head Constable and 1 Constable. Out of the suspended policemen, 6 were posted on PCR duty and 5 policemen were posted on picket. Special CP Shalini Singh had found him guilty in his investigation report.
On Thursday, the Ministry of Home Affairs had issued an order to suspend the policemen present in the PCR van along with running a case of murder against the accused in the accident. Along with this, the ministry has issued an order to prosecute the five accused under section 302 (murder) of the IPC. The ministry also issued an order to take action against negligent officers.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has directed the Delhi Police to file a charge sheet in the case at the earliest so that the culprits can be punished. The Delhi Police has also been ordered to ensure that there is no laxity in the investigation and to submit fortnightly reports regarding the progress of the investigation to the Ministry of Home Affairs.
The Home Ministry said that action should also be taken to improve the law and order situation in the capital so that people, especially women and children, can live in a fear-free environment.
It is seen in the CCTV that Anjali’s scooty passed by at 1:58 in the night. And after a few seconds the car came out. The police van passed by at 2:30 in the night. Means the PCR van has passed from there only after 5 minutes of the incident. Means when Anjali was screaming on the spot after the incident, the police van passed by but they did not see anything there.
In Delhi’s Kanjhawala incident, Anjali was dragged in a car for about 13 km. She died in this painful incident. This brutality with Anjali has shocked the people. Anjali’s body and post mortem report were handed over to the family. The family cremated Anjali. There was a huge crowd of people at the time of the last rites.
The accused, who were allegedly drunk, have been charged with “culpable homicide not amounting to murder”, rash driving, and causing death by negligence.