Amritanshu Verma aged 26 years; employee of Infosys Bangalore was killed in a hit-and-run incident in Bangalore on March 29th 2012. He was hit by a car in front of Advaith petrol bunk in BTM Layout, close to where he lived.
This accident was caught on the CCTV camera shows that the car was speeding at over 120 Km/hr when it hit Amritanshu. The police has also recovered a broken number plate from the accident site. The broken number plate (from the front bumper) is of the same speeding car, and it got off due to the impact of the accident and lay on the road.
Inspite of CCTV footage and the registration plate, found at the accident site (which is sufficient to identify the accused), the police have made no arrest in 2 months. The parents believe that the investigation is not moving in the right direction. Instead of corroborating all the evidences and arrest the accused, the police have invested their time in preparing a safe passage for the suspects. The parents of the only child believe that the whole case has been fabricated by the police and evidences have been prepared as afterthought to mislead the case and protect the accused. The entire investigation has open ends and unanswered question. The police have even supported destruction of evidences.
Amritanshu Verma was an epitome of humility, keen intellect and spontaneity. His absence has left his family and friends in trauma. Please join us in demanding a fair and just investigation, as deserved by any human being, and give justice to Amritanshu Verma, his bereaved family and his friends.