The toll booth staff noticed the body of a man stuck in the car as the car was traveling from Agra to Noida.
First Published Feb 7, 2023, 2:09 PM IST
Mathura: Another horrible incident has come to light in Uttar Pradesh. A car dragged the body of a person who died in a hit and run case for a few kilometers. A man’s body got stuck in a car heading towards Noida in Uttar Pradesh on the Yamuna Expressway, Uttar Pradesh Police said today.
According to reports, while the car was on its way from Agra to Noida, the security personnel at the toll booth in Mathura Manth noticed a body of a man stuck to the car. At that time the car was being driven by Virendra Singh from Delhi. They immediately informed the police. They stopped the car from leaving. The police immediately arrived there and detained him and interrogated him.
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“There was thick fog at the expressway last night. Due to this, it is not possible to see what is coming from the other side. Due to this he did not notice that the already accident-prone person was trapped by his car,’ said Superintendent of Police (SP Dehat) Trigun Bisen, quoting the suspected accused Virendra Singh.
Virendra is being interrogated. Unavailable CCTV cameras are being examined. They are searching around for the details of the deceased. The people of the surrounding villages were shocked when they came to know about this. Since the January 1 incident in Delhi, such incidents have been regularly coming to light here and there.
In this, 20-year-old Anjali Singh, who was driving a scooter, collided with a car driven by five people and was dragged for several kilometers. Later she was found dead in the street. They have been identified as youths from Kanjhwala area of Outer Delhi. A total of seven people, including the five people in the car, were arrested in connection with the incident.
Last Updated Feb 7, 2023, 2:09 PM IST