No accidents suggestive of sexual assault, reveals Delhi accident sufferer’s post-mortem report

The Delhi Police stated Tuesday that Anjali Singh, who was killed in a hit-and-run accident and her physique dragged for greater than 10 km in Outer Delhi, didn’t obtain any accidents “suggestive of sexual assault” based on the postmortem carried out on her physique.

Sagarpreet Hooda, Particular CP (Legislation and order Zone II), stated the postmortem examination was carried out by a three-member board of Maulana Azad Medical Faculty on Monday, January 2. Hooda stated the report said that the provisional reason for loss of life was “shock and haemorrhage on account of antemortem damage to the top, backbone, left femur, each decrease limbs”.

He added all her accidents have been produced by blunt pressure affect that was doable with the vehicular accident and dragging. “Additionally, the report signifies that there isn’t a damage suggestive of sexual assault,” Hooda added.

Based on a physician from the medical board at Maulana Azad Medical Faculty who carried out the post-mortem, there may be an “unintentional damage sample” with “dragging accidents over her again and head and buttocks.

Singh, who worked as an usher at weddings within the metropolis, was killed after her scooter was hit by a car, and she or he was dragged by the automobile for nearly 4 km — from Sultanpuri to Kanjhawala — within the early hours of Sunday. The police had discovered her physique virtually two hours later.

All of the 5 accused, who have been contained in the automobile that dragged her, have been arrested and despatched to 3 days of police custody.

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