Meanwhile, the DCP of South Delhi, HGS Dhaliwal held a press conference to reveal updates on the case on the eve of the police sketch being released. He said that two people had come forward to give clues on the murder. He also added that no eyewitness has come forward to give more clues on the killer.
On being asked by media persons on the portrait made by the police, Dhaliwal said that it was based on family members' input on a man believed to be stalking Radhika since some time.
Dhaliwal also strongly suggested that stalking should be reported by family of young girls so that the police would have more information on the details of the person and further follow-up will be easy. He also agreed on the prevalence of eve-teasing groups in the area. But in Radhika's case, the family had not reported the stalking to the police and “had their own reasons" in doing so.
Chief Minister of Delhi, Sheila Dixit said on the incident that “the civil society was responsible" in booking the criminals to book and took sides with the Delhi Police saying that they were doing everything to bring the culprit to book. She urged the public to be proactive in nabbing the culprits by helping the police with vital clues.
Meanwhile marches and protests are ongoing by the students with the effigy of Sheila Dixit being burnt as well. The latest event has reiterated that Delhi indeed is the Crime Capital of India with a woman chief minister heading the helm.