Autopsy Shows Extent Of Delhi Car Horror


Autopsy Shows Extent Of Delhi Car Horror

Victim Anjali Singh’s family and others protested during her cremation demanding justice for her.

New Delhi:

A 20-year-old Delhi woman who was dragged 13 km under a car had at least 40 external injuries, so severe that her ribs were exposed from her back as skin peeled off, her autopsy revealed.

The base of his skull was fractured and some “brain matter was missing,” the report added, according to sources. He suffered head, spine and lower limb injuries in an accident and a drag early on January 1, when he was returning from a New Year’s party on a scooter.

His cause of death was listed as “shock and haemorrhage”, and the report said the injuries could have been combined to cause death. “No injuries indicated sexual assault”. Her mother feared she had been raped as her body was cremated on Tuesday, unclothed when found on the side of the road.

The men were traveling from Sultanpuri to Jonti village near Kanjhapura, where they collided with his scooter, dragging him and tearing his clothes, where a man eventually saw his hand sticking out from under the vehicle.

The post-mortem report stated that all of Anjali Singh’s injuries were the result of “blunt force impact”. “All injuries combined can lead to normal death. However, injuries to the head, spine, long bones and other injuries can lead to death independently and collectively,” the board of doctors said. Report

The victim’s leg was caught in the front axle and — according to his friend who was with him at the time of the collision — “The driver knew he was stuck in the undercarriage“. The men said they stopped when they saw his hands while making a U-turn; the body fell, and they sped away, returning the car to a friend from whom they had borrowed it.

The men said they panicked because they were drunk and couldn’t hear anything because of the loud music in the car.

Her friend, who was not injured and fled the scene “out of fear and panic”, claimed that no music was playing in the car and the driver was aware that Anjali was being dragged under the wheel, but she “kept rocking the vehicle back and forth. “

“Anjali kept screaming, but they didn’t stop the car. I ran away from the spot in fear and didn’t tell anyone… I cried a lot… The car pulled her forward and back twice and then again. The car moved forward and He got more involved,” he told reporters.

He said that Anjali, who worked as an event manager, and he had gone to meet some friends at a hotel where they would have some drinks on New Year’s Eve. Meanwhile, Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief Swati Maliwal warned against “victim-shaming” and said the friend’s account would be verified.

Police see the friend as a key witness who, along with CCTV camera footage, can help trace the sequence of events.

At the funeral on Tuesday, Anjali Singh’s family and neighbors moved alongside the hearse, many of them carrying banners saying “Do justice to Anjali (Give justice to Anjali)”. Many of the protesters demanded that the five be hanged.

The men, arrested hours after the incident, have been formally charged with felony murder not amounting to murder, and other related charges.

The Union Home Ministry, to which the Delhi Police reports, has ordered the formation of a special investigation team as the horrific incident took place when the capital was under a security blanket due to New Year. The men had been drinking and driving for hours in Delhi and its suburbs before the incident around 2 pm.


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