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Read Kanjhawala incident’s Fir: Car stopped in Jonti after accident, body thrown out, car hid behind house – Read Fir Of Kanjhawala Accident After Accident Car Stopped In Jonti Village Took Out Dead Body Under Car


Five accused in police custody
– Photo: Amar Ujala

When the five accused in the Sultanpuri incident stopped the car near Jonti village on Kanjhawala road, they saw the girl trapped in the car. The accused took the girl out from under the car and threw her there under the open sky in the cold. There was not a single cloth on the girl’s body. After this, Deepak hid the car behind his house at five in the morning.

This has been revealed from the FIR (number-2/23) registered in Sultanpuri police station. In the FIR, accused Amit and Deepak have told the car owner Ashutosh that they had consumed too much alcohol. He had hit a girl riding a scooty in Kishan Vihar. Due to fear, he fled from the spot. The accused did not see that the girl was trapped in the car. On the other hand, the Ministry of Home Affairs has taken cognizance in this matter and has sought a report from the Delhi Police.

It has been said in the FIR that the police reached E-7/D-2 Shani Bazar Road Kishan Vihar on the information that the scooty was found lying in an accident. The damaged scooty was found parked here. The front right side portion of the scooty was damaged. The police did not find any witnesses on the spot. A shoe was found lying on the spot. When the ownership of the scooty was removed, it was found that the scooty was registered in the name of Rekha, a resident of M-Block, Mangolpuri.

It was found that he had vacated the house five years back. After this, Sultanpuri police station received three PCR calls from Rohini district. It was informed that the girl was lying naked on Kanjhawala road near Y point, Jonti village near Hanuman temple. The police got the number of the Baleno car. Police admitted the girl to SGM Hospital, where doctors declared her brought dead.

Based on the registration number obtained from the caller, it was found that the car belonged to Ashutosh, a resident of Sector-1, Rohini. Ashutosh told that his friends Amit Khanna and Deepak Khanna had taken the car on demand at 7 pm on December 31. Deepak and Amit told Ashutosh that a girl met with an accident in Kishan Vihar. On Kanjhawala road, it was found that the girl was trapped under the car. They pulled the girl out from under the car and threw her there and went away. Deepak was driving the car.

Home Ministry sought report from Delhi Police
The Union Home Ministry has taken cognizance of the Sultanpuri incident. The Home Ministry has sought a report from the Delhi Police. On the other hand, Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora has constituted a special team under the supervision of Special Commissioner of Police Shalini Singh. Delhi Police is going to give report to Delhi Police soon in this matter.

A lot of blood and skin was found in the chassis of the car.
The Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) at Rohini has inspected the car of the accused. In the chassis of the car, blood has been found under the car from front to back towards the seat next to the driver. Skin parts have been found under the car. A lot of blood has been found. According to FSL officials, the girl was trapped under the under body parts of the car. Beedi and cigarettes have been found from the car.

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When the five accused in the Sultanpuri incident stopped the car near Jonti village on Kanjhawala road, they saw the girl trapped in the car. The accused took the girl out from under the car and threw her there under the open sky in the cold. There was not a single cloth on the girl’s body. After this, Deepak hid the car behind his house at five in the morning.

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