Guards framed,want CBI probe: Anmol kin

A day after the Delhi Police claimed to have solved the death of 20-year-old NRI Anmol Sarna,his parents maintained that the two security guards arrested for their son’s death had been framed

Written by Ananya Bhardwaj | New Delhi | Published:September 19, 2013 2:11 am

A day after the Delhi Police claimed to have solved the death of 20-year-old NRI Anmol Sarna,his parents maintained that the two security guards arrested for their son’s death had been framed and demanded a CBI probe.

“The poor security guards have been framed,” Anil Sarna,Anmol’s father,said. “We are not satisfied with the police probe and want the CBI to investigate the case. Even the minutest of details should be taken into account and all our doubts should be cleared.”

Anmol’s mother too rejected the police findings. “The security guards booked for my son’s death are old and weak. One of them is 60 years old. My son was six-feet tall,robust and athletic. His one slap would have flattened the guards. How can I believe the police’s concocted story?” Sushma Sarna said.

“The job of the guards was to ensure the security of the residential complex. They would not kill my son for that. They hit my son on his hips and legs with their batons,and not on his head that led to his death. The head injuries,including a two-centimetre deep cut,remain a mystery,” she said.

Sushma said it remained unclear what happened in the room of Anmol’s friend,where they were partying. “The police claim Anmol had a panic attack and started behaving abnormally. He broke a TV among other things in the room,while the rest of his friends were fine. How can I believe it when there is no eyewitness or evidence to prove it?” she said.

She alleged Anmol’s drink was either spiked or he was forced to take LSD. “Neighbours told us Anmol ran down the stairs… He was hallucinating and was scared,which is why he hid under cars parked in the complex. He might have hit himself accidentally and injured himself but what about the genital injuries mentioned in the postmortem report? Were those also self-inflicted?” she asked.

“I strongly suspect something wrong happened inside the house,which all are trying to hide. The police have no answers on the bloodstains found inside the house,a broken plate found inside a dustbin in the room and my son’s missing shirt and slippers,” she said.

Police have booked two guards — Naresh Mishra (60) and Surender Bali (46) — for the murder of Anmol.

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