According to the police, the accident took place at 4am, when the student was driving a white Mahindra XUV-500, at over 100kmph.
This is done through four bike-ambulances and 12 nurses being trained in order to handle emergency cases.
Letters have also been sent to the Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation Ltd (DTTDC) and the Public Works Department (PWD), stating that they had to submit similar reports as well.
In a letter to the DU vice-chancellor and the finance department, deputy chief minister, it stated that the Delhi University has not constituted the governing bodies in the 28 colleges till the last date. It also states that until the governing bodies are formed in these colleges, no funds should be released.
The numbers had then increased to 359 in 2015, 454 in 2016 and 577 in 2017. Then it decreased to 473 cases in 2018, till April this year, only one case has been reported.