Friends of Porsche accident victims ‘held back’ at Yerwada police station till bail granted to minor driver

2 Doctors Arrested for Tampering with Porsche Teen's Blood Report: Sources

2 Doctors Arrested for Tampering with Porsche Teen's Blood Report: Sources

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In a tragic incident in Pune’s Kalyani Nagar, a Porsche allegedly driven by a 17-year-old boy collided with a motorcycle, resulting in the deaths of two IT professionals, Ashwini Koshta (24) and Aneesh Awadhiya (24), both natives of Madhya Pradesh. The juvenile driver was reportedly intoxicated at the time of the incident, drawing widespread national attention.

Sampreet, the brother of deceased IT engineer Ashwini Koshta, recounted his concerns about the procedures followed by Pune police, particularly regarding the retrieval of his sister’s body. Despite formalities necessitating documentation from Madhya Pradesh, he found the assistance from authorities lacking. Additionally, Sampreet highlighted that friends who were accompanying the victim’s body were detained at the Yerwada Police Station, raising questions about the reasons behind their detainment.

The prolonged wait at the police station, lasting until late at night, added to the family’s distress. While bail was eventually granted to the minor driver, the friends of the victim remained detained until the evening, prompting inquiries into the rationale behind their extended detention compared to others. 

Sampreet suggested suspicions that the delay might have been orchestrated to suppress the issue. Allegations of preferential treatment also surfaced, particularly concerning reports that the minor was served pizzas and cold drinks, although no available footage substantiated this claim. 

The incident has intensified scrutiny on the actions of the police and the judicial handling of the case, especially regarding the treatment of the minor driver and the perceived preferential treatment he received. This tragic event continues to highlight issues of justice and fairness in the enforcement of the law.