Pune Porsche car accident: Father of minor accused arrested, 2 died in the accident

Pune Porsche car accident
Pune Porsche car accident: Father of minor accused arrested, 2 died in the accident

Pune Porsche car accident: Pune Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar said the police had urged the court to treat the accused as an adult as it was a “heinous crime” and sought his custody. Police will approach the sessions court against the bail order.

Pune Porsche car accident: The father of the minor accused has been arrested today in the Porsche car accident (Pune Porsche Accident CCTV) case in Pune, Maharashtra. The motorcycle was hit by a speeding luxury car, a Porsche, being driven by a minor. Two people had died in this accident. The 17-year-old accused, who was driving the car, was taken into custody after a case was registered against him, after which he was produced in the juvenile court. Where the court had granted bail to the young man with some conditions.

Bail was granted on these conditions

The accused was ordered to write an essay of 300 words on ‘Impact of road accidents and their solutions’.
The accused will have to work with the traffic police for 15 days.
The accused has also been asked to go to the de-addiction center and give up the addiction of alcohol.
He has also been ordered to appear before the Juvenile Court again after taking information about traffic rules.
The car was at a speed of 200 kilometers
Anish Awadhiya and Ashwini Koshta from Madhya Pradesh, who work in Pune, were going home after meeting a friend on Saturday night. Then he died after being hit by a Porsche car. Both of them were engineers by profession. According to eyewitnesses, the accused was driving at a speed of more than 200 km per hour and had no number plate. An eyewitness said, Ashwini jumped about 20 feet in the air and fell hard on the ground. After the bike was hit, Anish jumped and fell on a parked car. Both died on the spot.

The minor tried to run away after the collision

The driver was running away after the car hit the bike, but the airbags deployed. He could not see the road and parked the car. The local people caught him. Apart from the driver, there were two people in the car. One of them escaped. The mob beat up the other two.

The accused was under the influence of alcohol

The minor was returning from a pub with his friends, where they were having a party to celebrate passing the Class 12 examination. All of them were drunk. Pune City Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar had said in a statement, “In connection with this accident, action is being taken against the father of the accused and the bar that served liquor to the juvenile/accused under sections 75 and 77 of the Juvenile Justice Act.” Now the police has arrested the father of the accused.

what does the law say

According to Section-75 of the Juvenile Justice Act, a person having actual control or charge over a child can be punished if he intentionally assaults, abandons or neglects the child and ill-treats him, Which causes mental or physical illness. Section 77 deals with giving alcohol or intoxicants to a child.


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