Moments after the three men slipped and dropped from their bike, observers said they twisted on the ground and attempted to shred and tear off their clothes. When police appeared at the scene, they noticed a foul-smelling element on the road.
A policeman posted at Kashmere Gate police station stated: “I was extended with the picket staff at Pul Dufferin when I examined the bike skid around 5.45 am.
We hurried to the scene and saw a foul-smelling chemical. The men were yelling and attempting to take off their clothes. Before we could support and assist them, they fell unconscious.” A police report was filed based on his report.
Picket staff phoned an ambulance and a PCR van and hurried Mahesh Chand, Shivam Lal, and Monu Sharma to the clinic. Chand and Lal died to their injuries and wounds on Sunday morning.
Police following after found that the substance had flowed from a vehicle a night before the occurrence
The victims’ families and relatives were notified around 9 am.
Police determined that his vital organs were apparently burnt but specialists told to anticipate for the post-mortem report,” said Subhash, who operates at a local weekly publication agency.
Meanwhile, Lal’s parents said they are not informed of the cause and reason for his death.
“Doctors said it was the mishap or accident, while police said the substance or chemical killed Shivam. On Saturday, we believed that it was only a road happening and that Shivam would last but doctors later told us that he is in critical condition. A day following, he died,” said Ashish (26), Shivam’s elder brother, who resides with his family in Rohini Sector 20.