Pune Porsche accident: Minor knew people could die; Pune Police’s big comment, legal complications, and search for justice



Pune Porsche Accident: A horrific road accident in Pune has claimed two young lives and sparked a heated debate about accountability and justice.

Has been given. On May 19, 2024, a speeding Porsche, driven by a 17-year-old boy, collided with a motorcycle, killing two people from Madhya Pradesh, Anish Awasthi and Ashwini Koshta, both IT professionals. He died.

The incident occurred in the early hours of Sunday morning when the Porsche, reportedly travelling at a speed of more than 150 kmph, was passing through the streets of Kalyaninagar. The collision was so severe that there was no chance of survival for the motorcyclists.

Following the incident, the 17-year-old boy, who cannot be named due to his minor status, was arrested by the police. However, the case has come to a complicated turn, with questions being raised about the boy’s actions and the subsequent investigation.

A major issue in this case is whether the boy was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident. Initial reports suggested he may have been intoxicated, but the results of a blood alcohol content (BAC) test have not yet been released.

Despite the lack of BAC confirmation, police have stated that the boy’s actions were reckless and negligent, whether or not he was consuming alcohol. They point out the speed at which he was driving and that he was driving without a valid license.

family claims

On the other hand, the boy’s family has claimed that he was not driving the car at the time of the accident. They allege that it was the family’s driver who was behind the wheel, and the boy was only a passenger. This claim has further complicated the investigation and raised questions about the family’s intentions.

Justice delayed?

There has also been criticism for the delay in justice in this case. While the boy has been sent to a juvenile home, the family’s driver has not been charged yet. This has led to allegations of preferential treatment and a lack of urgency in pursuing the case.

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