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Kanjhawala Case: Home Ministry asks police to register murder case against accused: Sources

Kanjhawala Case: Home Ministry asks police to register murder case against accused: Sources


The Home Ministry has asked the accused to be booked for murder following the manner in which car riders hit and dragged a young woman for several kilometers in Delhi on New Year’s night.

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oi-Ankur Singh

Published: Friday, January 13, 2023, 12:06 [IST]

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Kanjhawala Case: In Delhi’s Kanjhawala, after the manner in which car riders not only trampled and killed a woman, but also dragged her for several kilometers with their car, there is a demand for the strictest punishment against the accused. Meanwhile, the Union Home Ministry has directed the Delhi Police that a case of murder should be registered against the accused. In fact, taking cognizance of the report submitted by the inquiry committee in this matter, the Ministry of Home Affairs has asked to register a case of murder against the accused. The inquiry committee was headed by Special Commissioner Shalini Singh.

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According to sources, based on the nature of the crime and the available evidence, the police should investigate the matter under section 302. The way people protested against this incident after it came to the fore, after that the Ministry of Home Affairs had ordered an inquiry. The Home Ministry also directed the Delhi Police to take action against those policemen who did not perform their duty properly that night. Along with this, the Ministry of Home Affairs asked the Delhi Police to suspend the policemen who were posted in the three PCR vans.

Officials said that the Ministry of Home Affairs issued a notice to the police asking them to take action against the supervisor and other policemen who were looking after the PCR van. It is worth noting that on January 1, 20-year-old Anjali had died in a road accident. The CCTV video of the incident had come to the fore, in which it can be seen that the girl’s scooty was hit by a car, after which Anjali got trapped in the car and the car riders kept dragging her for several kilometres, due to which the girl died.

In this case, the police had arrested five accused. Police say that the accused knew that the girl was trapped in the car, yet these people kept dragging her. The Ministry of Home Affairs has asked the Delhi Police to seek an explanation from the DCP of the incident area and ask him to clarify the law and order situation. Action needs to be taken to restore law and order so that people especially women and children can live in a fearless environment. Let us inform that Anjali used to work in a private company, on New Year’s night she was returning from a party with her friend Nidhi in her scooty, during which the Baleno riders hit her and dragged her for several kilometers.

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Kanjhawala Case: MHA asks Delhi police to slap IPC section 302 on accused

Story first published: Friday, January 13, 2023, 12:06 [IST]

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