Kanjhawala case: Anjali was drunk at the time of the accident, Viscera report reveals


Kanjhawala case

Kanjhawala case
– Photo: Amar Ujala


In the Kanjhawala area of ​​Delhi, on the intervening night of December 31 and January 1, a major information is coming to the fore in the death of Anjali, the victim of the Kanjhawala road accident.

According to Delhi Police Headquarters sources, Anjali was under the influence of alcohol when she met with the accident. In fact, the Delhi Police had kept Anjali’s viscera safe after the post-mortem after her death. The viscera was later sent to the Forensic Science Lab at Rohini for examination.

The lab had handed over Anjali’s viscera report to a senior Delhi Police officer on January 24. In the same report, it has been revealed that Anjali was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident.

However, Anjali’s friend Nidhi, who was the main eyewitness in this case, had already given a statement in front of the police that both she and Anjali had gone to a party on the night before the new year. Where Anjali had consumed alcohol and she was intoxicated at the time of the accident.

Both of them were returning from a party on the same scooty, while Nidhi was saved in an accident by a Baleno car but Anjali died.