In a dramatic flip of occasions, three days after a 30-year-old lady was arrested for allegedly operating over a 79-year-old physician and his 62-year-old spouse in Dwarka, the Delhi Police on Thursday arrested her 28-year-old sister, who’s an assistant supervisor at a number one public sector financial institution, for the crime.
The police, throughout their investigation, discovered that the automobile was being pushed by the youthful sister, Noopar Choudhary, on the time of the incident. Both sisters have now been taken in custody on prices of hit-and-run and for deceptive the police.
Confirming the arrest, DCP (Dwarka) Santosh Kumar Meena mentioned additional probe is on. According to the police sources, Noopar solely holds a learner’s license and feared dropping her job in case she is known as in an FIR.
Initial probe has revealed that she was allegedly checking her WhatsApp messages when she hit the couple, recognized as Shanti Swroop Arora, a retired physician, and his spouse Anjula, each residents of APPU Enclave at Dwarka’s Sector 11. Their kids are within the US.
“The incident was caught on camera. In the video, a Baleno hits the couple and runs over them. The driver comes out of the car, goes to the rear side of the vehicle and later calls somebody after taking her mobile phone from the car. People come to the spot and try to rescue the victims by pushing the hatchback. One of the victims is seen lying at the rear side of the vehicle,” a senior police officer mentioned.
The couple was taken to a close-by hospital the place they succumbed to their accidents, the officer added.
Noopar’s sister Deepakshi Choudhary accompanied the injured to Manipal hospital. “She stated that she was driving the vehicle and she committed the accident. She also produced her documents to the investigation officer and claimed during questioning that she was ‘thinking about something’ when she was driving. However, the family of the victim doubted whether her sister was actually driving the vehicle,” the officer mentioned.
On Wednesday afternoon, the victims’ members of the family alleged that the automotive was pushed by Deepakshi’s youthful sister. “Police later checked other CCTV footage and found that the car was driven by her sister and within some minutes, when people were rescuing the couple, Deepakshi and her father reached at the spot and she confessed to the crime committed by her sister as they were scared Noopar would lose her job,” an officer mentioned.
The accident occurred at round 6.30 pm on April 4.