Aparna Kalra, a 45-year-old journalist was brutally attacked by an unidentified person while she was on a walk in a public park in New Delhi at night.
The attack was so brutal that after she was admitted to Fortis Hospital, she remained critical because some parts of her skull were still missing. In addition to that, her uncle, HC Bhatia said that she received multiple injuries to her brain nerves.
Aparna Kalra worked as a freelance journalist and lived with her parents in Pocket-C of Ashok Vihar Phase 3 in New Delhi.
The police said that it was clueless about the identity of the attacker, mostly because there were no eyewitnesses present at the scene when the attack happened.
Milind Dumbre, DCP (North-West) said –
“We were informed about a woman lying unconscious in the park by a visitor. But the caller had not witnessed the attack”
The family too is clueless about the motive of the attack because they are not aware of any person who might have enmity with her.
They have also ruled out a robbery because she did not have any valuables on her and she had left her mobile phone back at home.
The parks in north and northwest Delhi are notorious for attacks on evening walkers.
News Source – Hindustan Times