NRI murder: Anmol walked to PCR van, he was not bleeding from his head, says cop

Sep 20 2013, 10:39 IST
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Friends and family of deceased NRI youth demand justice. (IE Photo) Friends and family of deceased NRI youth demand justice. (IE Photo)
SummaryAnmol was sitting quietly in the middle of a pathway, with cars parked on both sides.

When a PCR van arrived at an apartment complex in Kalkaji on September 13 night to take 20-year-old NRI Anmol Sarna to hospital, he was sitting quietly on a pathway with his head between his arms. A gunman reached out to him. Anmol held his arm and walked to the van, the gunman is learnt to have told his superiors.

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Anmol did not respond to any queries and, within minutes, started frothing from his mouth, the policeman, among the PCR staff who first attended to the NRI, is learnt to have told senior police officers.

An assistant sub-inspector who was in the PCR van is learnt to have told senior officers that he could not gauge the urgency of the situation initially after the van reached Southpark Apartment in Kalkaji at 12.19 am, sources said.

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Anmol was sitting quietly in the middle of a pathway, with cars parked on both sides. “There were 30 to 40 people, including women, standing 50-100 metres away. I asked them what had happened but no one said anything. Then one man (Anmol’s friend Pranel’s father) came forward and said Anmol had consumed drugs and injured himself, and that we should rush him to Max hospital,” the officer is learnt to have told his superiors.

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The officer then helped Anmol get up. He asked him if he was fine but Anmol did not utter a word. “We spent just five minutes at the spot, and then took Anmol to the PCR van. He walked with our support and sat inside the van. There was blood on his chin but he was not bleeding from his head. I again asked him if he is fine, but he did not respond,” the officer is learnt to have told his superiors.

After leaving Kalkaji, the PCR van driver is learnt to have suggested that Anmol should be taken to Moolchand hospital.

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“That would have meant taking a 500-metre U-turn. “We also thought of driving to Spring Meadows hospital in East of Kailash but the stretch was barricaded and it would have taken us another 10 minutes to go around Amar Colony to reach that

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