Pune Accident: Following the Porsche car accident in Pune, another crash occurred on the Mumbai-Bangalore Highway in Maharashtra wherein the Hinjewadi Police released the driver, citing the absence of a formal complaint. The accident dated May 23 was captured on CCTV cameras with footage showing a recklessly driven car hitting a woman walking along the side of the highway.

The impact caused the woman to be thrown several feet away. The car then rammed into a nearby shop. The incident occurred at Bhujbal Chowk in the Hinjewadi police jurisdiction in Pune.

Despite the apparent seriousness of the accident, the woman and her relatives did not file a complaint. As a result, the police did not register a case. According to ABP Majha, the Hinjewadi Police stated that the woman did not suffer major injuries, and therefore, she and her family chose not to lodge a complaint against the driver.

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Pune Porche Accident

The incident took place following the fatal Porsche accident which occurred on May 19 in Kalyani Nagar, resulting in the deaths of two IT professionals. The IT professionals were killed after their motorcycle was hit by a speeding Porsche car driven by a 17-year-old boy allegedly in an inebriated condition.

In the Porsche case, a Pune court on Monday extended the police custody of the parents of the minor boy and another accused in a case involving the destruction of evidence, as per news agency PTI. The juvenile had his blood samples swapped with those of his mother, Shivani Agarwal to mislead the probe.

Shivani Agarwal and her husband Vishal Agrawal were arrested for their suspected roles in the tampering of evidence. As per PTI’s report, the police allege that the couple, along with a middleman named Ashpak Makandar, paid Rs 4 lakh to doctors at Sassoon Hospital to replace the juvenile’s blood samples. “Rs 3 lakh has been recovered from Dr. Srihari Halnor and Sassoon Hospital employee Atul Ghatkamble. We need to recover the remaining Rs 1 lakh,” said the investigating officer.

The prosecution argued that the custodial interrogation of the parents was necessary due to the possibility that they had destroyed the original blood samples. “The middleman, Makandar, was paid by the driver of the teenager’s father to facilitate the swapping of blood samples,” the prosecution informed the court.

Defence lawyer Prashant Patil opposed the extension of custody, stating that the parents had already spent several days in police remand and further detention was unwarranted. The minor boy is currently in an observation home.



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