In the recent shocking Kanjhawala accident case of the national capital Delhi, the family of the dead Anjali has made a significant claim. The victim’s family alleges that Anjali was killed as a part of a plan. The family asserts that Anjali’s brain was not delivered to the Delhi Police along with her corpse. The family claimed that Nidhi, Anjali’s friend, was lying. Anjali avoided drinking alcohol. According to the post-mortem report, Dr. Bhupendra, who identified himself as a relative of Anjali’s family, dragging was the cause of her death.
Dr. Bhupendra said that 40 injuries were found on Anjali’s corpse in the post-mortem examination. Of these 40, 20 to 25 injuries resulted from the body rubbing against the road. In addition, several body parts have become black, making it impossible to identify them in the post-mortem report. According to the post-mortem report, even Anjali’s lungs had come out, he claimed. According to Dr. Bhupendra, it is murder. Anjali was dragged on intentionally. In line with the plan, Anjali is slaughtered. According to him, Anjali was given a horrific death.
According to the post-mortem report, Anjali’s body was dragged against the road, which caused her to lose a lot of blood, Bhupendra added. Then she died unexpectedly. Alcohol was not discovered in the post-mortem, according to Dr. Bhupendra, who also stated that food items had been detected. He stated that the claims made by Nidhi are false. Anjali avoided consuming alcohol. In addition, he questioned why Nidhi had been away for such a long time. She unexpectedly reappears two days later and claims to have been with Anjali.
Dr. Bhupendra stated that we request that the police carry out an investigation after filing a murder case. Earlier, it was claimed that Anjali was alone when the accident took place. However, the cops obtained a hotel’s CCTV on Monday. Anjali was spotted in this leaving a hotel following a New Year’s Eve celebration. Nidhi, a friend of hers, was also present. Nidhi’s statement was afterward recorded by the police.