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BMW case: Witness could not recognise Nanda in court

Sanjeev Nanda, prime accused in the 1999 BMW hit and run case, today got a relief, as Sunil Kulkarni, a key witness in the case, could not recognise him in the court.

New Delhi, May 29 : Sanjeev Nanda, prime accused in the 1999 BMW hit and run case, today got a relief, as Sunil Kulkarni, a key witness in the case, could not recognise him in the court.

During a cross-examination, Kulkarni said that Nanda was not the person behind the wheels. Though he was in the same car.

On May 17, Kulkarni, while testifying before the Delhi High Court identified Nanda.

Sanjeev Nanda, grandson of former Navy Chief S M Nanda, and son of owner of the international arms trading firm Crown Corporation, in an inebriated condition allegedly ran over his BMW into a police checkpoint in the wee hours of January 10, 1999.

Three policemen and three others were killed in the incident that left a trail of body parts over a long stretch of Lodi road.

Nanda was accompanied by Siddharth Gupta, son of head of General Motor Finance, Rajiv Gupta, and Manik Kapoor, a leading exporter. Gupta and his father have been charged for destroying evidence as they along with their two servants had cleaned up the blood and flesh parts on the car after the BMW was decked in their house.

Kulkarni was witness to the accident as he was on his way to New Delhi Railway Station to catch a train to Bhopal. So far he is the only witness who has not turned hostile in the case.Earlier Kulkarni had deposed before Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Kumar on May14.

ANI

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