NRI youth`s murder: Four friends, two guards arrested
The Delhi police on late Monday arrested six people in the murder case of Anmol Sarna, an NRI student from New York, reports said.
Zee Media Bureau/Sushmita Dutta
New Delhi: The Delhi police on late Monday arrested six people in the murder case of Anmol Sarna, who was an NRI student from New York.
Police sources said, four friends of Anmol who were partying with him on Friday night, are among those being arrested under Section 27 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act.
The arrested friends of Anmol are identified as Pranel Shah, Shivank Gambir, Madhav Bhandari and Ridham Girhotra, all in their 20s, they said.
While the search is on to nab the drug supplier, two security guards at a house where Anmol and his friends were partying have also been arrested.
The security guards have been identified as Surender Bali (46) of Madangir area and Naresh Mishra (60) of Sangam Vihar.
Anmol`s friends have already been questioned by the police.
Sarna, who completed his high school from New York and was living in Greater Kailash in south Delhi, was found in a pool of blood on late Friday night outside Southpark Apartment in the nearby Kalkaji area.
Earlier, Police sources had said it was yet not clear what had led to Anmol Sarna`s death and further investigation was on.
As per sources, the autopsy report confirmed that Anmol suffered a blow on his head from a blunt object.
Meanwhile, the police are yet to find if the injury was due to a blow or accidental.
However, the final postmortem report is still awaited.
With PTI inputs