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Pune car crash: Juvenile's father booked in one more cheating case

Updated on: 10 June,2024 10:47 PM IST  |  Pune
mid-day online correspondent |

The complaint was filed by Vishal Adsul, resident of one Nancy Brahma Residency in Pimpri Chinchwad, with Wakad police claiming the juvenile's father had not allotted open space to the residential society and had also developed two additional wings without consent

Pune car crash: Juvenile's father booked in one more cheating case

The car that crashed into the bike of the of victims of Pune accident. File Pic/PTI

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Another case of cheating was registered against the father of the minor boy allegedly involved in the May 19 Porsche car crash in Pune, reported PTI. 


Two IT professionals were killed after their motorcycle was hit by a speeding Porsche car driven by the minor boy allegedly in an inebriated condition in Kalyani Nagar here on that day. 


The father of the accused, who is a real estate developer, grandfather and mother along with some others are in jail in connection with cases related to the incident.


The complaint was filed by Vishal Adsul, resident of one Nancy Brahma Residency in Pimpri Chinchwad, with Wakad police claiming the juvenile's father had not allotted open space to the residential society and had also developed two additional wings without consent, the official said.

As per the PTI report, based on Adsul's complaint, an offence was registered under Indian Penal Code sections 420 (cheating), 409 ( criminal breach of trust ) as well as relevant provisions of Maharashtra Ownership Flats Act against the juvenile's father and four others, he said.

"As per Adsul's complaint, Brahma Associates did not provide open space to the project and gave only one open plot to the three buildings by allegedly changing the plans. It also allegedly did not take the society's permission while constructing two 11-storied buildings on the society's land," the Pimpri Chinchwad police official said.

After being arrested in the car accident case, the father and grandfather of the juvenile were booked in two different cases connected to abetment of suicide of a 41-year-old man and cheating a real estate agency proprietor, as per police.

The juvenile's father is in police custody for alleged involvement in swapping blood samples taken for tests to verify alcohol consumption as part of the Porsche crash case probe. 

Pune car crash: Father, grandfather of juvenile booked for cheating, criminal intimidation

A case of criminal intimidation and cheating has been filed against the father and grandfather of the minor accused of killing two IT professionals from Madhya Pradesh on May 19 when he crashed his Porsche car into a motorbike in Pune while intoxicated, reported PTI.

The accident, which took place in Kalyani Nagar, hit national headlines due to efforts made to get the juvenile off the hook, resulting in the arrest of several persons, including his father and grandfather.

As per police, PTI reported, Mushtaq Momin (45), who runs a real estate agency in Kondhwa, filed a complaint alleging the father-son duo, who are into the real estate business, and another individual failed to pay him commission amounting to Rs 1.32 crore in lieu of gaining possession of a plot.

An FIR was registered against the duo and their associate identified as Jaspritsingh Rajpal under Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections 420 (cheating), 406 (criminal breach of trust), 504 and 506 (criminal intimidation), 120B (criminal conspiracy) and 392 (robbery), the official said.

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