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Gurgaon police await arrest warrant to nab BMW owner’s son

Police have applied for an arrest warrant to apprehend Suraj Sehrawat in the BMW crash case,which killed two and injured four on May 5.

Written by TUHIN DUTTA | Gurgaon |
May 15, 2012 4:03:41 am

Police have applied for an arrest warrant to apprehend Suraj Sehrawat in the BMW crash case,which killed two and injured four on May 5. Suraj is the son of Devendra Sehrawat,who owns the BMW.

Police have also sent the blood samples found in the BMW after the accident to a forensic laboratory for examination.

The bail application of one Rajesh,who claimed to be the driver of the BMW,was dismissed by a city court on Monday.

Police confirmed this development,but Rajesh’s lawyer Vishal Gupta refused to comment.

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Police sources said the blood samples would help narrow down on the suspects. Police have already constituted a Special Investigating Team to probe the matter.

Dakshesh told police that he was doing something on his mobile phone at the time of the accident and the next he remembers waking up in the hospital.

Meanwhile,police teams are conducting raids at different places to locate Suraj.

“We have applied for the warrant,but have not received it yet. We have also served a second notice to Suraj for appearing before us. The entire family has not been cooperating with us till now. We have also sent blood samples,which were found on airbags of the BMW,to the forensic laboratory for examination,” said Maheshwar Dayal,DCP (East).

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