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June 21, 2024 4:29 am

Porsche car accident case: Juvenile’s mom arrested as minor’s blood samples switched with her’s

The Fact News Service

New Delhi, June 1

Following confirmation that her blood sample was substituted for his in the Porsche vehicle accident case, Pune police detained the minor’s mother, the city police chief announced on June 1.

She’ll appear in court later during the day.

Commissioner of Police Amitesh Kumar revealed that the investigations into the accident revealed that the young person’s blood samples were switched with his mother’s.

Two days ago, police had told a local court that the juvenile’s blood samples had been swapped for a woman’s.

Early on May 19, in Kalyani Nagar, Pune, two IT workers lost their lives when a Porsche driven by a teenager, who the police believe was intoxicated, collided with their two-wheeler leaving them badly mangled and dead.

The 17-year-old minor has been placed in an observation home till June 5th, while his grandfather Surendra Agarwal and father Vishal Agarwal, a realtor, have been detained on charges of kidnapping the family’s driver and pressuring him to accept responsibility.

After their police detention concluded on Friday, the court placed the minor’s father and grandfather under judicial custody for a period of 14 days.

In addition, medical officer Dr. Shrihari Halnor, staff member Atul Ghatkamble, and former director of the forensic medicine department at Sassoon General Hospital Dr. Ajay Taware have all been detained by the police for allegedly falsifying the minor’s blood tests to indicate that he was sober at the time of the accident.

“The police found that Dr. Ajay Taware was on leave on the night of the Pune accident and he got a call from someone. He accepted ₹3 lakh, called Dr. Halnor to manipulate the blood samples,” Maharashtra minister Hasan Mushrif had said on Friday.

Vishal Agarwal’s custody was requested by the police on Friday in relation to the purported swapping of blood samples.

Police have been given permission to investigate the juvenile who may have been involved in the Porsche crash by the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB). A minor’s investigation must take place in front of their parents in accordance with the Juvenile Justice Act.

A few hours after the May 19 collision, the JJB granted bail to the adolescent, who is the son of real estate mogul Vishal Agarwal, and instructed him to prepare a 300-word essay on road safety. Police went to the JJB once more in the midst of a national uproar, and this time they changed the order to place him in the observation home until June 5.

 

 

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