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Kanjhawala horror: Accused admit Anjali was stuck under car, took several U-turns to shake off body

Fresh development in the Kanjhawala horror case, accused admit Anjali was stuck under car still took several U-turns to shake off body.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: New revelations are happening one after the other in the Kanjhawala case. The accused confessed during police interrogation that they knew the victim Anjali was trapped under their car. Due to fear, he kept running the car on the road and took several U-turns to shake off the body. Anjali Singh was killed in the early hours of January 1 after her scooter was hit by the car and she was dragged for around 13 kilometres from outer Delhi’s Sultanpuri to Kanjhawala area.

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The accused told in the police interrogation that they were afraid that if the girl was taken out of the car, a case of murder would be filed and they would be badly trapped…. because the driver Amit did not have a driving license. That’s why after the accident, the accused did not try to get the girl out from under the car.

The incident led to widespread outrage across the national capital with many demanding stern action against the accused.

During the investigation, the accused, who were allegedly in an intoxicated state when the incident took place, told police that they were aware that the woman was stuck under their four-wheeler but they did not stop it out of fear.

Anjali Singh was riding her two-wheeler with her friend Nidhi when the car hit them. While Nidhi fled the spot after the collision “out of fear”, Anjali fell down and her leg got stuck in one of the wheels of the car and she was dragged away.

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According to the FIR, the accused had borrowed the car, Maruti Suzuki Baleno, hours before the incident at 2 am on January 1.

Prima facie, it is suspected that the accused were under the influence of alcohol at the time of the incident.

According to the woman’s post-mortem report, she had received 40 external injuries; her ribs were “exposed from her back”, her spine was fractured and some “brain matter was missing”.

However, the autopsy report indicated that “there was no trace of sexual assault”. The victim’s body was found naked by the roadside in outer Delhi’s Kanjhawala area, leading to speculation that she was sexually assaulted by the accused.

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