VBA Chief Prakash Ambedkar Calls for Investigation into Ministers’ Involvement in Pune Porsche Incident

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Pune, 30th May 2024: New revelations, names, and updates are emerging daily regarding the Pune’s Kalyani Nagar Porsche incident, in which a minor allegedly under the influence of alcohol collided with a bike, resulting in the deaths of two IT engineers. In this case, the manager and owner of the pub and bar who served liquor to the minor accused before the accident have been booked. Additionally, two doctors and a peon from Sassoon Hospital have been arrested for tampering with the blood sample. Political accusations are also being made, with Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi (VBA) Chief Adv Prakash Ambedkar levelling serious allegations.

As this case involves political accusations, the spotlight falls on NCP (Ajit Pawar), along with its Wadgaon Sheri MLA Sunil Tingare. Many politicians, including Kasba Peth MLA Ravindra Dhangekar, Mumbra MLA Jitendra Awhad, and others, have personally criticized Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar too. Prakash Ambedkar is the latest addition to the list.

VBA national president Ambedkar stated, “We have heard that some minister called policemen on the night of the accident. The father of the accused minor, Vishal Agarwal, is related to which political party? Which minister has invested money in his company? He is related to which minister for personal gain? These matters should be investigated. Additionally, Agarwal’s contacts on the night of the accident should also be investigated.”

Adv Prakash Ambedkar continued, “The accident rate is increasing in Maharashtra state, and many minors are involved in these accidents. But as they are minors, they receive less punishment. This should change. At least every criminal involved in these types of serious crimes should be heavily punished. The media understands the importance of this incident, which is why they are following it up regularly. However, the court hasn’t shown seriousness about this incident until now. That’s why I request the court to recognize this as a serious crime and provide strict punishment to the accused.”

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In conclusion, Ambedkar said, “In Maharashtra, along with Pune, all pubs, bars, and clubs should be given one condition by the government: no one under the age of 18 should be allowed in them. If allowed, strict action should be taken against them, including three years of imprisonment. A fine of Rs 10 lakh should be imposed on the accused establishment, and their licenses should be revoked.”