The Gurgaon Police on Monday issued lookout notices for Suraj Sehrawat, son of Devender Sehrawat, owner of the BMW car that rammed a Tata Indigo in Gurgaon on May 5. Two persons - including a pregnant woman - were killed and four injured in the accident.
The police alerted immigration offices and airports following reports that Suraj may flee the country. It also moved court seeking arrest warrants against him.Raids were conducted at over 50 places, including his college in Delhi, as Suraj was supposed to write his B.Com second semester examinations on Monday. But fearing arrest, he skipped the exams.
The police also sent the blood samples collected from the BMW car to the Forensic Science Laboratory in Madhuban, Haryana, for testing. The action came after Suraj did not respond to two legal notices to join investigation.
"We will not rest till we arrest the real accused. We are putting in our best efforts," asserted Haryana DGP Ranjeev Singh Dalal.
On Sunday evening, police were deployed at Delhi Airport and major junctions to nab him.
"Suraj did not appear for his exam on Monday. If he does not turn up, we will declare him a proclaimed offender," police commissioner KK Sindhu said.
Despite promising to produce his son, Devender Sehrawat neither turned up nor replied to the police notices. Sources said Suraj has not come home since the accident. None of the family members are currently present at their Sector 14 residence.
Suraj, who was active on Facebook till Monday, deleted his account at 7pm. Sources said his father did not want him to be in touch with any of his friends.