Kanjhawala Case: Initial investigation revealed- 2 pickets and 5 PCR could not even see the car of the accused, and many more

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Initial investigation by the committee formed under the supervision of the Special Commissioner of Police to investigate the Sultanupari incident revealed that senior police officers of Zone-II and one other outer and Rohini district did not become active till two hours after the accident. Along with this, no activism was shown in this matter even among the senior police officers.

The response of any unit of the police was not good. No officer had any action plan till two and a half hours after the accident. The special thing is that the girl was dragged for about 11 kilometers in Zone-II area. There were two 24-hour pickets and five PCRs on the 13 km stretch that dragged the young Anjali. But even the policemen and PCR personnel posted at the picket could not see the car of the accused.

Negligence of senior PCR officials has also come to the fore in the preliminary investigation by the Special Investigation Team formed under the supervision of Special Commissioner of Police Shalini Singh on behalf of Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora on the orders of the Ministry of Home Affairs. A senior Delhi Police official said that the committee had not submitted its report to the Delhi Police Commissioner till Wednesday evening. Right now it may take a day or two.

In the initial report of the inquiry committee, it was found that there was no coordination between the senior officers of Bahri and Rohini district. Rohini District Police was not active. Senior police officers of both the zones did not appear active. However, no officer has been named in the report.

It has also come to light before the inquiry committee that five PCR vans were deployed on the 13 km route in the report. The response time of PCR was also not good. It is being said that the senior officers of PCR were also not active on time. On the other hand, the relatives of the deceased have accused Nidhi of murder. Sultanpuri police station is continuously questioning the five accused. The remand period of the accused ends on Thursday.

PCR unit submits report to Delhi Police Commissioner
Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora has sought a report from all units of Delhi Police on the Sultanpuri incident. The PCR unit submitted the report to the Police Commissioner on Tuesday evening. Highlights of the report: –

  • 5 PCR vans were deployed on 13 km route
  • There were 5-6 PCR calls of the incident.
  • Police officers talked to eyewitness Deepak more than 20 times
  • After that a total of 9 PCR vans were deployed to nab the accused.
  • The first PCR call was received at 2.18 pm in which a person told about the accident.
  • The second PCR call was received at 2.20. it was also about accident
  • After this, Deepak made 2 PCR calls around 3.24 pm, he told that someone’s body was hanging in the car.
  • Then at 4.26 and 4.27 a person named Sahil made 2 PCR calls and told that a dead body of a woman was lying on the road.
  • There were a total of 5 PCR vans on that route, but in view of the serious call, a total of 9 PCR vans were deployed.
  • But no PCR could trace the car. It is argued that the night was foggy and the car left before the PCR arrived, while the response time of the PCR was fine.
  • The accused knew that they had hit the girl riding a scooty.
  • They crushed the girl by driving back and forth 2-3 times
  • The accused had seen the dragging hand of the girl after dragging her for two and a half kilometers.
  • The accused felt that something was stuck in the car.
  • When he looked outside, he saw the girl’s hand.
  • But seeing a PCR standing on the way, again started dragging the girl.
  • The car had hit a U-turn more than 2 times to drop the girl.
  • The painful accident was just 24 seconds
  • During this the car passed through four police station area Sultanpuri, Aman Vihar, Prem Nagar and Kanjhawala police station area.
Anjali’s relatives have accused Saheli Nidhi of murder. It is said that Nidhi had called all the boys in the hotel. Relatives say that Nidhi was also involved in Anjali’s murder.

The maternal uncle of the victim girl alleges that Nidhi had called five-seven youths to the hotel. He has demanded that Nidhi be strictly questioned. Mama says if the accident happened in front of him then why didn’t he tell it immediately. Why was the police not informed?

Claim of drinking alcohol rejected
Anjali’s mother and maternal uncle have rejected Nidhi’s claim that Anjali used to drink. Anjali’s maternal uncle says that Nidhi is lying. Anjali was not fond of drinking alcohol. If Anjali had consumed alcohol that night, it would have come to light in the postmortem report. This is proving that Nidhi is lying. She remained hidden earlier and now when her friend’s last rites were performed, she came forward. The accused should be given death sentence.

Detailed

Initial investigation by the committee formed under the supervision of the Special Commissioner of Police to investigate the Sultanupari incident revealed that senior police officers of Zone-II and one other outer and Rohini district did not become active till two hours after the accident. Along with this, no activism was shown in this matter even among the senior police officers.

The response of any unit of the police was not good. No officer had any action plan till two and a half hours after the accident. The special thing is that the girl was dragged for about 11 kilometers in Zone-II area. There were two 24-hour pickets and five PCRs on the 13 km stretch that dragged the young Anjali. But even the policemen and PCR personnel posted at the picket could not see the car of the accused.

Negligence of senior PCR officials has also come to the fore in the preliminary investigation by the Special Investigation Team formed under the supervision of Special Commissioner of Police Shalini Singh on behalf of Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora on the orders of the Ministry of Home Affairs. A senior Delhi Police official said that the committee had not submitted its report to the Delhi Police Commissioner till Wednesday evening. Right now it may take a day or two.

In the initial report of the inquiry committee, it was found that there was no coordination between the senior officers of Bahri and Rohini district. Rohini District Police was not active. Senior police officers of both the zones did not appear active. However, no officer has been named in the report.

It has also come to light before the inquiry committee that five PCR vans were deployed on the 13 km route in the report. The response time of PCR was also not good. It is being said that the senior officers of PCR were also not active on time. On the other hand, the relatives of the deceased have accused Nidhi of murder. Sultanpuri police station is continuously questioning the five accused. The remand period of the accused ends on Thursday.

PCR unit submits report to Delhi Police Commissioner

Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora has sought a report from all units of Delhi Police on the Sultanpuri incident. The PCR unit submitted the report to the Police Commissioner on Tuesday evening. Highlights of the report: –

  • 5 PCR vans were deployed on 13 km route
  • There were 5-6 PCR calls of the incident.
  • Police officers talked to eyewitness Deepak more than 20 times
  • After that a total of 9 PCR vans were deployed to nab the accused.
  • The first PCR call was received at 2.18 pm in which a person told about the accident.
  • The second PCR call was received at 2.20. it was also about accident
  • After this, Deepak made 2 PCR calls around 3.24 pm, he told that someone’s body was hanging in the car.
  • Then at 4.26 and 4.27 a person named Sahil made 2 PCR calls and told that a dead body of a woman was lying on the road.
  • There were a total of 5 PCR vans on that route, but in view of the serious call, a total of 9 PCR vans were deployed.
  • But no PCR could trace the car. It is argued that the night was foggy and the car left before the PCR arrived, while the response time of the PCR was fine.
  • The accused knew that they had hit the girl riding a scooty.
  • They crushed the girl by driving back and forth 2-3 times
  • The accused had seen the dragging hand of the girl after dragging her for two and a half kilometers.
  • The accused felt that something was stuck in the car.
  • When he looked outside, he saw the girl’s hand.
  • But seeing a PCR standing on the way, again started dragging the girl.
  • The car had hit a U-turn more than 2 times to drop the girl.
  • The painful accident was just 24 seconds
  • During this the car passed through four police station area Sultanpuri, Aman Vihar, Prem Nagar and Kanjhawala police station area.

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