Man Accused Of Driving Was At Home During Delhi Hit-And-Run Horror: Cops

Those arrested hours after the incident are Deepak Khanna, Manoj Mittal, Amit Khanna, Krishan, and Mithun.

New Delhi: There were four, not five men in the vehicle that hit a 20-year-old Delhi lady and hauled her for 13 km on New Year’s Day, killing her in the most ridiculously terrible way, the police said today.
The man prior accepted to have been driving the vehicle was not even in it during the mishap, uncover examinations concerning the demise of Anjali Singh in the early long periods of January 1.

Those captured hours after the episode are Deepak Khanna, Manoj Mittal, Amit Khanna, Krishan and Mithun. Two more have been blamed for attempting to safeguard the men in the vehicle and assisting with a concealment. The proprietor of the vehicle, Ashutosh, was captured today and the police are looking for Ankush, the seventh denounced.

The police said Amit Khanna was driving the vehicle when it ran over Anjali Singh, not his relative Deepak, as they had guaranteed.

Deepak Khanna was at home, however he supposedly assumed the fault as Amit Khanna was driving without a permit, the police said.

Anjali Singh was going home on her bike with her companion Nidhi following Another Year’s Eve party when the vehicle hit her a brief time after 2 am. Anjali’s leg was trapped in one of the haggles was hauled away by the vehicle. She shouted yet the vehicle didn’t stop, in any event, when the tenants saw her arm under the wheels. The men, who were supposedly smashed, cruised all over for over an hour prior to the body tumbled off.

Close to two hours after the occurrence, the men took the vehicle back to its proprietor, Ashutosh, and escaped in an autorickshaw, security film has uncovered.

Anjali passed on in the wake of enduring no less than 40 outer wounds. Her skin was stripped off, her ribs were uncovered from her back, the foundation of her skull was cracked and some “mind matter was absent”, as per the dissection report. She had wounds to her head, spine and appendages.