Kanjhawala case: Did the accused really not hear Anjali’s screams? Police prepare for hearing test in Kanjhawala case

Delhi case


Delhi Police are preparing for a hearing test of the accused in Anjali’s death case. During the incident, the suspect had told that after Anjali got stuck in the car, they couldn’t hear her voice. In view of this, the police are preparing to carry out a hearing examination of the four suspects who were present in the car at the time of the incident, so that it can be shown by the court that these persons are intentionally Anjali for 13 km.

The police have so far recorded the statements of twenty people in this case. Police are also investigating the case from a conspiracy perspective. In addition, an investigation is also being carried out into the car owner Ashutosh.

Police sources say the defendant moved forward after the accident, where they saw someone trapped under the car. Police have captured footage from six CCTV cameras installed on that route. The police have made a timeline based on the images.

The police have one witness in this case. The witnesses and the suspect were also interrogated by having them sit opposite each other. Police say they are trying to identify the people seen on CCTV using facial recognition.

The victim’s family protested and demanded the addition of the homicide squad

Anjali’s family held a protest march in the area on Monday. He reached Sultanpuri police station while marching. The relatives demanded that the police add section 302 in this case. After this, many people sat in the middle of the road in front of the police station.




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