The Gurgaon police on Sunday constituted a special investigation team (SIT) to probe the BMW-Indigo crash that killed two and injured four near the IFFCO towers,Sector-29,on May 5.
The team will be headed by ACP Bhupinder Singh,and will comprise two SHOs.
DCP (East) Maheshwar Dayal visited Daksheel Jaiswal,the BMW occupant who is among the injured,in the hospital and recorded his statement. Police said Jaiswal did not cooperate and has been giving varying statements.
Police also plan send a second notice to Suraj Sehrawat,the son of the BMW owner,who is suspected to have been in the car at the time of the accident.
We feel that he (Jaiswal) is not cooperating. He said the same thing on Sunday as he had said before. He said that he was doing something on his mobile and the next thing he knew he was in hospital, said Dayal.
Police said Jaiswal had earlier told them that his uncle,who is 55 years old,was driving the car. On Sunday,he pegged the drivers age at 35 years.
Our investigations,till now,do not indicate that there were more than two people in the car, a police source said.
On Saturday,one Rajesh had approached a city court seeking bail,claiming he was the driver of the BMW.
Meanwhile,a candlelight vigil in memory of Kshama Chopra (30) and Sanjay Gulati (42),who died in the crash,was held at IFFCO Chowk on Sunday.
We completely support the police in their investigation. We are also trying to engage with people through this candlelight vigil and social media for getting justice, said Sankalp,a colleague of Kshamas husband Sailesh.
Sailesh has received multiple fractures in the crash and his mother-in-law is in the ICU with multiple head injuries. His father-in-law,who is a heart patient,broke his backbone in the accident.