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Range Rover driver who hit cyclist, left body at hospital, nabbed

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New Delhi, Sep 11, 2020-

Delhi Police have arrested the driver of a Range Rover car which hit a cyclist on the Badarpur flyover in South East Delhi, resulting in the death of the victim.

The police arrested 28-year-old Sonit, who was going to his home in Greater Kailash I from Faridabad, and hit a cyclist on his way. Though the accused took the victim to the hospital, who was declared brought dead, he fled without providing complete information about the deceased or the place of the accident.

“During interrogation, the accused disclosed that on September 7, he was returning to his home in GK-I from Faridabad on his Range Rover. At about 7.15 pm, he reached the Badarpur flyover. Suddenly a cyclist came in front of the car and was hit. Seeing his critical condition, he took him to the Moolchand Hospital on his car where he was declared brought dead,” said R.P. Meena, DCP, South East Delhi.

The police said that the accused got frightened and escaped from the hospital without disclosing his credentials to the hospital authorities.

Moreover, as he didn’t want to tell his family about his visit to Faridabad, he told the hospital authorities that the accident took place near the Okhla Mandi.

The relatives of the deceased identified the victim in the hospital as Sanjesh Awasthi.

While scanning the CCTV footage of the Moolchand Hospital, it was ascertained that the deceased was brought in a Range Rover SUV by a young person. On further investigation, it was found that the SUV was registered in the name of a private limited company located in Karol Bagh.

The residential address of the owner of the offending vehicle was traced to GK-I, from where Sonit was arrested. The offending vehicle has also been seized.  (Agency)Yes Punjab Online Since 2012

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