– Photo: Amar Ujala
The Delhi Police has added the murder section in the case of Anjali’s death. Special Commissioner Sagarpreet Hooda said that after obtaining physical, oral, forensic and other evidence, it has been decided to add a homicide section in this case. Now in this case section 302 IPC has been added instead of section 304 of the IPC. On the other hand, another accused Ashutosh Bhardwaj was granted bail by a court in Delhi on Tuesday. Extra Courts Judge Sushil Bala Dagar reserved his warrant on Bhardwaj’s bail on Monday.
“He is granted bail on Rs 50,000 bail,” the judge said on Tuesday. The judge verbally noted that Bhardwaj’s role started after the crime was committed.
During the Sultanpuri accident in Delhi, which shook the entire country, Anjali, who was trapped in the car, kept crying out in pain, but the five men continued to drive the car. The suspect knew that they had hit the scooter rider Anjali. They also knew that the girl was trapped in the car and deliberately took two U-turns to drop her and fled as soon as she fell. The suspects who dragged Anjali for 13 km revealed this during the police interrogation. The suspect said that two and a half kilometers after hitting the scooty, they felt that something was stuck in the car.