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“Parents Told Driver To Take Blame, Offered Cash”: Cops On Porsche Crash

“Parents Told Driver To Take Blame, Offered Cash”: Cops On Porsche Crash

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Pune Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar today said that there is an attempt being made to frame a driver instead of the 17-year-old teen accused of running over two people while overspeeding a Porsche. He also said that soon after the crash, an attempt was made to switch drivers after the crash so that the minor wouldn’t land in trouble.

“It is true that at the start the driver had said that he was driving the car. We are investigating this part and also under whose pressure the driver made that statement we are investigating it. Effort was made to change the driver during that period. We are investigating this also,” Mr Kumar said during a press conference. He refuted reports that the car was being handled by the driver and said that they have video footage to prove that the 17-year-old was driving the luxury car.

“We have the CCTV footage of him drinking liquor in the pub. The point of saying this is that our case is not alone depending on the blood report we have other evidence also. He (the minor accused) was in his senses. It was not as if all of them were so drunk that they could not understand anything. They had full knowledge that due to their conduct, an incident like section 304 cab happen,” the Pune Commissioner said.

According to Pune Police sources, the accused’s parents asked the driver to accept responsibility in exchange for money shortly after the collision.

The 17-year-old, who had been celebrating his Class 12 results with friends in two Pune pubs, was drinking when he knocked down the two IT professionals in the Kalyani Nagar neighborhood early on Sunday morning. The bike’s rider, Aneesh Awadhiya (24), was launched into the air and collided with a parked car, while the bike’s passenger, Ashwini Koshta (25), was launched 20 feet into the air. They both passed away right away.

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