In New Delhi, another horrific incident happened when a car rammed into a scooter and dragged a rider on its roof for roughly 350 meters.
The dragging incident was reported from Delhi’s streets. The scooter rider had landed on the car’s roof after being thrown into the air by the impact of the collision. So far, 5 individuals have been detained in the case.
An FIR has also been filed with the Keshav Puram police station. One scooty rider is said to have died in the accident, while another is being hospitalized. A car crosses from the opposite side of the road in the CCTV video, and a man is seen stuck on the roof of the speeding car.”During patrolling b/w Prerna Chowk & Kanhaiya Nagar late at night on Jan 26, PCR van noticed that a car hit a scooty due to which the person on the pillion fell to the ground and the rider’s head got stuck b/w the car’s windshield & the bonnet,” said Usha Rangnani.
Usha further stated, “Still, the 5 occupants didn’t stop the car&dragged the rider&the scooty for 300-350 meters. A PCR van chased them and nabbed 2 accused,rest 3 fled.Later they were arrested. The accused were apparently drunk.The rider of scooty died in hospital and the one in the pillion was hospitalised. Probe on, as quoted by the police.
On January 19, 2023, Delhi Commission for Women Chairperson Swati Maliwal on Thursday was molested and dragged by a car for 10-15 meters outside AIIMS. Fortunately, she survived and tweeted, “God saved my life. If the chairperson of the women’s commission is not safe in Delhi, one can then imagine the situation,” Maliwal wrote on Twitter in Hindi The National Commission for Women has sought a report from the Delhi Police on the matter.”
Anjali Singh, 20, was not so lucky and was brutally murdered in the early hours of New Year’s Day after her scooter was hit by a Baleno automobile, which dragged her for more than 12 kilometers from Sultanpur to Kanjhawala.
The car occupants knew she was stuck, but they deliberately kept driving even after hearing her screams, as another girl who was with her says.
Dr. Bhupender of Maulana Azad Medical College, which conducted the autopsy, said: “The postmortem report makes it clear that the death was not on account of a single hit, which you could call an accident. It was due to constant dragging for 13 km, indicating a planned murder.”
In the Delhi horror, the autopsy report reveals her brain matter was missing, her skull cavity was open, her spine was fractured, and there were a total of 40 injuries — such horrific and grave injuries are mentioned in the autopsy report of 23-year-old Anjali Singh.
Anjali’s severe injuries and death happened after she was dragged for several kilometers entangled under a car following her two-wheeler meeting with an accident in the early hours of January 1 in Delhi. A medical board of doctors at the Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) conducted her autopsy and informed the Delhi Police of the numerous injuries to Anjali’s body.
Delhi is becoming terribly unsafe for people, in spite of so much CCTV coverage and police presence, pepetrators are not afraid.