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Cops on the lookout for Sehrawat's son, serve notice

india Updated: May 13, 2012 01:15 IST
Leena Dhankhar
Leena Dhankhar
Hindustan Times

Suraj Sehrawat, son of the BMW owner and allegedly in the car when the accident took place, is still untraceable.

Sources said that Suraj does not possess a valid driving licence, a claim being investigated by the police.

The police suspect that this could be the reason that Devender Sehrawat is not bringing his son forward for investigation. Suraj sustained serious injuries during the accident. His face allegedly banged into the car's dashboard and he lost a tooth.

Police sources also claimed that only Daksh carried a learner's licence.

The eyewitness had informed the police that there were only two youths in the BMW and the one who was driving had managed to flee after the accident.

"Suraj lost one tooth and received minor injuries to his head, hand and leg. The car's air bags opened and saved the lives of Suraj and Daksh. Both met with the accident minutes after eating out at McDonalds. Suraj did not visit Max Hospital where Daksh is currently undergoing treatment," added sources. "Devender Sehrawat said Suraj was sitting in the front along with the driver. Surprisingly, Daksh's jaw was smashed though he was on the rear seat," said police sources. The BMW was being driven at 100kmph when it hit the other car, police said. Eyewitnesses recalled that it dragged the Indigo for more than 20 metres.