Kanjhawala case: Victim’s autopsy report rules out sexual assault

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Kanjhawala case: The effect of the accident in the New Year’s morning accident where a woman died. She was stuck under a vehicle has been revealed by the autopsy report. In accordance with the postmortem report, the deceased Anjali Singh’s body had at least 40 injuries.

The skin on the body stripped away. The ribs were visible. The skull’s base was broken up. The brain is also damaged. The head, spine, and limbs were all injured. The cause of death, in the report, was shock and bleeding.

There was no sexual violence, according to the post-mortem report. According to the report, there were no injuries stated by sexual assault. Anjali’s mother assumed she was brutalized after her body was discovered naked.

Singh was killed when her scooter was hit by a speeding Baleno in the early hours of January 1. Her body was discovered in the Kanjhawala area, and all five suspects were arrested and held in police custody for three days on Monday.

Anjali Singh Autopsy report details:

Sources in the Delhi police told @ThePrintIndia that while the autopsy report is yet to submitted, doctors opined that the victim- Anjaili Singh had no injuries on her private parts. The 20 year old victim was dragged for 12kms after the accident, stuck in the car, Bismee Taskin tweeted.

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