New Delhi, Sep 3: Sanjeev Nanda have to wait till wednesday to know what sentence he is supposed to get in the BMW hit and run case. On Wednesday, Sep 3, the Patiala house court reserved verdict in the 1999 BMW hit and run case till Sep 5. The prosecution have asked for maximum punishment of ten years for Nanda. Sanjeev Nanda was convicted by the court on Tuesday, Sep 2 for mowing down six people in 1999. Three others were also found guilty in the case in which six persons including three constables were killed.
The court found Nanda guilty under the Section 304 (2) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), dealing with culpable homicide not amounting to murder. The law prescribes ten years imprisonment as maximum punishment. The court also convicted head of General Motor Finance Rajiv Gupta and his two servants Bhola Nath and Shyam Singh, for destruction of evidence as they had washed the blood stains and victims'flesh pieces from the offending vehicle at a house in Golf Links area in Delhi.The court will pronounce the quantum of sentence on Friday, Sep 5.