In the newest development, the man who was accused of driving the car that killed Anjali in the Sultanpuri accident, was reportedly at home at the time the accident took place. The newest development comes in the aftermath of the Sultanpuri mishap, where 20-year-old Anjali was dragged for several kilometers in Delhi and was found dead on the New Year’s Eve. The man who was named as the driver of the car was identified as Deepak Khanna.

The 26-year-old accused is among the six people arrested by the police, including Manoj Mittal, Amit Khanna, Krishan, Mithun and Ashutosh (car owner). As per an Indian Express report, Deepak was asked by his cousin Amit to lie to the cops that he was with them at the time of the accident, as he was the only one who has a valid driver’s license.

As police probed Deepak’s Khanna’s involvement in the accident, they found his phone location from the time not match with the other accused Manoj, Krishan, Amit, Mithun and Ashutosh. Further, his call records also indicated that he was not present at the accident spot but was at home the whole day.

The victim reportedly died after suffering from 40 external injuries. Anjali’s skin was completely peeled off, her ribs were exposed, and even her “brain matter was missing”.

The Facts of the Matter

As investigation in the Sultanpuri Accident intensifies, new conflicting evidences are surfacing, making the accident seem murkier than ever before. Days after the victim, Anjali Singh’s body was found on the streets of Delhi in mutilated condition due to a horrific hit-and-run case, a new shocking revelation has come about. It is being reported that the man accused of driving the car, was actually at his home the whole time the accident took place.

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Deepak was Accused of Driving Car

For the unversed, the police named six accused in the matter which includes – Deepak Khanna, Manoj Mittal, Amit Khanna, Krishan, Mithun and Ashutosh (car owner). Earlier, it was reported that Deepak Khanna was driving the vehicle when it hit Anjali Singh and dragged her for several kilometers, before the accused fled the scene.

The Shocking Revelation

After probing about Deepak’s involvement, it is now come to light that he was actually not in the car and his cousin Amit had asked him to take the fall. The police traced Deepak’s phone location at the time of the accident, and found that he was present at his home at that time. Further, call records fetched by the cops also indicated that Deepak was at his home the whole day.

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Accused Gave Contradictory Statements

A senior police officer involved in the investigation was quoted in an Indian Express report saying, “During interrogation, the accused gave contradictory statements. CCTV footage was checked, but it wasn’t clear who was driving. We have found that Deepak’s phone location was of his house that night. During sustained interrogation, Deepak broke down and confessed.”

As per reports, Amit asked his cousin Deepak to take the blame as he was the only one with a valid driver’s license. Meanwhile, the police are now on the lookout for another man called Ankush, who is also involved in the case

Car Owner Knew About Anjali’s Body Being Dragged

FIR filed in the case states that the car’s owner Ashutosh, told the police that he gave the vehicle to Deepak and Amit. Further, Ashutosh also knew about the body of the female victim being dragged, bud didn’t say anything to anyone. Further, during investigation, he also lied to the cops and claimed that it was Deepak who was driving the car

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