Pune Porsche Crash Case: Dr. Taware to Expose ‘All’, Politician Asked Him to Help Builder’s Son

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Reported by Sumit Singh & Tikam Shekhawat

Pune, 27th May 2024: The Porsche car accident in Kalyani Nagar on May 19, which claimed the lives of two IT engineers, has unveiled significant flaws in the criminal justice system.

Initially, there was an attempt to show that someone else was driving the luxury car instead of the 17-year-old son of builder Vishal Agarwal of Bramha Realty and Infrastructure. The minor was granted bail within 15 hours of the incident by the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB). Recently, it has come to light that his blood sample was tampered with at the Maharashtra state government-run Sassoon Hospital. “His blood sample was thrown in the dustbin while somebody else’s blood was sent to the Forensic Science Lab (FSL) for an alcohol test which came back negative,” said Pune Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar.

Today, the Crime Branch arrested Sassoon Hospital’s CMO, Dr. Shrihari Halnor, who allegedly swapped the blood sample under the direction of Dr. Ajay Taware, head of the forensic medicine department at Sassoon Hospital.

Dr. Taware reportedly told the police, “I will not sit quietly. I will take everyone’s names.” This statement has drawn significant attention, raising curiosity about whom Dr. Taware might name.

Based on information provided by Dr. Taware, the police have arrested a middleman named Atul Ghatakamble, who is believed to have provided the bribe to Dr. Taware. Additionally, Dr. Taware has named a politician who reportedly asked him over the phone to help the minor accused. This politician had also written a letter to the state government to appoint Dr. Taware as medical superintendent at Sassoon Hospital.

Vishal Agarwal, the father of the accused minor, had contacted Dr. Taware for assistance.

While the police have reliable information about this public representative, they have not yet disclosed the name.

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The minor involved in the fatal accident in Kalyani Nagar underwent a medical examination at Sassoon Hospital. Dr. Taware and CMO Dr. Halnor allegedly discarded the minor’s blood samples and substituted them with those of another person. As a result, both doctors have been charged under IPC sections 120B (criminal conspiracy), 467 (forgery of valuable security), 201 (causing disappearance of evidence), 212 (harboring an offender), and 213 (taking a gift to screen an offender).