Thane: Minor drives BMW car without license in Kalyan; case registered

On similar lines of the Pune car crash, a 17-year-old boy allegedly drove a BMW car without a license on busy streets in Kalyan with a man lying on its bonnet, reported PTI. The police to register a case after videos of the stunt went viral.

Police arrested the man lying on the car bonnet, identified as Subham Mithila, and booked the 17-year-old who was driving the car and his father, a retired government official who owns the car, an official said on Monday.

The teenager drove the car on Saturday in the busy Shivaji Chowk area in Kalyan city in Thane district.

“The teenager was inspired by social media reels and made his father buy the second-hand BMW car for Rs 5 lakh, and drove it on the street without a driving license,” said senior police inspector Suresh Gund.

The owner of the car has been served with a notice, he said.

In the Pune car crash case, two IT professionals were killed after their motorcycle was hit by a speeding Porsche car allegedly driven by a minor boy in Pune in the early hours of May 19 in Kalyani Nagar area. The police claim the teenager was drunk at the time of the accident. 

Pune car crash: Police say hospital staff switched accused`s blood sample on doctors` directions

The Pune police have claimed that the blood sample of a 17-year-old teenager involved in a deadly car accident was destroyed and replaced on the orders of a doctor from Sassoon General Hospital.

At a news conference, Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar stated that the juvenile`s father offered Dr Ajay Taware, head of the Forensic Medicine department, inducements to replace his son`s blood sample. This came after the teenager`s Porsche collided with a motorbike in Kalyani Nagar on May 19, killing two IT professionals, reported PTI. 

Per the report, the authorities said that they believe the adolescent was intoxicated at the time of the Pune car crash and said that they have arrested Dr Ajay Taware and the hospital`s chief medical officer Dr Shrihari Halnor in connection with the case.

Kumar said that the inquiry revealed that the juvenile`s blood sample was substituted with another person`s sample. The boy`s father allegedly approached Dr Taware to arrange the switch.

The senior police official told PTI that as a precaution, the police collected an additional blood sample for DNA testing, which revealed that the sample from Sassoon Hospital had been manipulated because the DNA did not match.

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