A CT scan was conducted on the victim, which revealed that Khatri sustained a brain injury with multiple blood clots. Doctors tried constantly to stabilise his blood pressure. However, his condition worsened on Monday evening.
This happened despite the fact that the barricade was placed on a well-lit street, and the four policemen at the spot, including the victim, were wearing florescent jackets. Police added that the barricades had night reflectors and a blinker.
The complainant, Yazdi Driver, who is an eyewitness in the case, in his statement said that he was standing near the Zebra Crossing and he saw the girl, talking on the phone, cross the road when there was a red signal. The Honda City car broke the signal and hit the girl.
"On examination of CCTV footage, the possibility of knowledge to the accused juvenile offender that his extremely fast driving in a residential area can cause a death cannot be ruled out," DCP (North) Madhur Verma said.
Emotional scenes were witnessed in court number 43 as Salman Khan arrived to receive the Bombay High Court’s verdict in the 2002 hit and run case. The Bombay High Court on Thursday (December 10) acquitted actor Salman Khan of all charges in the 2002 hit-and-run case.