Shah Rukh Khan’s Charity Donates To Delhi Car Horror Victim’s Family
The family of Anjali Singh, the Delhi woman who was dragged to death early in the New Year, has received an unknown donation from actor Shah Rukh Khan’s charitable organisation, the Meer Foundation.
Anjali, 20, lost her life in a vicious hit-and-run accident in Kanjhawala, North West Delhi. The victim was the only wage earner in the family and was survived by her mother and siblings. The Meer foundation, which bears Shah Rukh Khan’s father’s name, Meer Taj Mohammed Khan, declared its intention to assist the family, particularly the mother with her health concerns while giving Anjali’s siblings enough comfort.
According to the Meer Foundation, it seeks to “create a society where women are empowered and impact change at the grassroots level.”
On January 1, five men were detained and charged with “culpable homicide not amounting to murder,” “rash driving,” and “caused death by negligence.” The guys allegedly admitted to being intoxicated at the time.
A little after two in the morning, Anjali Singh was riding her scooter home with a companion when she was struck by a car. Her companion landed on the other side and escaped unharmed, but she was carried away by the automobile because her leg was stuck in the front axle.
Anjali’s companion at the time of the incident, Nidhi, revealed to the media on Tuesday that she had been intoxicated at the time.
The Delhi Police currently have seven of the case’s suspects in their care.
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