Updated May 28th, 2024 at 19:53 IST

'Will Expose Everyone', Warns Doctor Arrested for Tampering Blood Samples in Pune Porsche Crash Case

Soon after his arrest, Dr. Taware told police, "I will not sit quietly. I have warned that I will take everyone's names."

Reported by: Digital Desk
'I will not sit quietly. I have warned that I will take everyone's names. | Image:Republic Digital
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Pune: Dr. Ajay Taware of Pune's Sassoon General Hospital, arrested along with Dr. Shrihari Halnor for allegedly altering the blood samples of the teen accused in the Pune Porsche crash case, has issued a stern warning, vowing to "expose everyone" involved and "not sit quietly."

Soon after his arrest, Taware told police, "I will not sit quietly. I have warned that I will take everyone's names."

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Pune Police on Monday arrested Taware, head of the Sassoon Hospital's Forensic Medicine department and Halnor, the chief medical officer, and the staffer Atul Ghatkamble who works under Taware for alleged manipulation of blood samples and destruction of evidence in the Porsche crash case. They were remanded in police custody till May 30.

The police told the Judicial Magistrate First Class (Small Causes) court that some financial transactions had also taken place to change the blood samples and they needed to search the houses of the accused in connection with it.

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According to the police, the juvenile's blood samples were thrown into a dustbin and replaced with the blood samples of another person on the instructions of Dr Taware.

The minor involved in the Kalyani Nagar accident underwent a medical examination at Sassoon Hospital. Dr. Ajay Taware and Dr. Shrihari Haalnor had allegedly discarded the minor's blood samples in the dustbin. Instead, different blood samples were substituted and sent for testing. Both the doctors have been charged under IPC sections 120B, 467, 201, 212, and 213 for conspiracy, document forgery, and destruction of evidence. 

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Pune Porsche Crash Case

In the early hours of May 19, two IT professionals were killed after their motorcycle was hit by a speeding Porsche allegedly driven by a 17-year-old minor, son of realtor Vishal Agarwal. The teenager was allegedly drunk driving when he crashe his super car and killed the two techies.
 

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Published May 28th, 2024 at 10:56 IST