Anandpur case: Shocking revelations by victims, says ‘I was supposed to get married to Abhishek’
Repeated interrogation of the victim has brought out shocking revelations in the West Bengal Anandpur car assault case. It has come to light that the victim was supposed to get married to the accused youth Abhishek Pandey. According to police sources, the relationship between the girl and the youth started straining as the girl did not spend quality time with Abhishek for the past few months.
Kolkata: Another interesting information came up in the West Bengal Anandpur case. After repeated interrogation of the victim, it was known that the girl was supposed to get married to the accused youth Abhishek Pandey. Due to the lockdown, the girl's mother was stuck in Jalpaiguri and could not travel to Kolkata.
According to police sources, the relationship between the girl and the youth started straining as the girl did not spend quality time with Abhishek for the past few months. Even on the day of the incident on Saturday (September 5), there was a tiff between the couple inside the car.
After interrogating the victim, it was known that the girl and the youth had a fight inside the car due to the tension in their relationship. The girl started screaming for help after the fight started.
Nilanjana Chattopadhyay was returning home with her husband Deep Shatapathi and daughter after completing her mother's birthday party. At that time, Deep and Nilanjana heard the young girl screaming from inside a car parked behind their car near the residence. Nilanjana Bhattacharya and her husband Deep Shatapathi risked their lives to save the girl from getting molested.
According to reports, Abhishek was apparently in a guest house in Mukundapur, around 4km from Anandapur police station, on Sunday (September 6) night when the crime he has been accused of was being telecast on TV.
Investigators said that his mobile phone was switched off but the GPRS on his phone was working. His movement was tracked first to a guest house in the Anandapur area and then in the Sealdah home of a lawyer, after which he had switched off the GPRS.
On Tuesday (September 8) night, cops could again track him to a place near Dum Dum from where he was arrested.
It is being investigated if anyone else was involved in the incident.