With the postmortem of the British citizen, whose body was found in a plastic bag in southeast Delhi last Sunday, failing to identify the exact cause of his death, police investigation in yet another high-profile case has hit a roadblock due to inconclusive forensic reports.
A Delhi court on Tuesday extended by 15 days the interim bail of four out of the six arrested youths in connection with the death of NRI student Anmol Sarna, observing that even Investigating Officer of the case does not claim any incriminating material against them.
Family of NRI student Anmol Sarna on Saturday accused the Delhi Police of shielding his four friends and framing two security guards in his murder and demanded the case be investigated by the Crime Branch.
A Delhi court on Saturday granted bail to two persons arrested in NRI youth Anmol Sarna`s murder case for allegedly helping his friends in procuring drugs consumed during a party on the night of September 17.
A drug party that went "horribly wrong" resulted in the death of 21-year-old NRI Anmol Sarna as he became violent and showed "abnormal" behaviour on taking hallucinogen LSD and was beaten up by two guards at a South Delhi apartment on Friday night, police said.