Updated May 29th, 2024 at 22:24 IST

Pune Porsche Cover-up: Did Ajit Pawar Interfere in Probe?

While Deputy CM Ajit Pawar has admitted to being in touch with the top cop, the latter himself has not disclosed any details regarding Pawar's calls.

Reported by: Digital Desk
Pune Porsche Crash | Image:Republic Digital
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Mumbai: As the Republic Media Network's aggressive investigation continues to expose loopholes in the Pune Police's handling of the Porsche Crash case, Maharashtra's Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has made a big confession and said that he was in direct contact with Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar. While Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has admitted to being in touch with the Police Commissioner, the latter himself has not disclosed any details regarding Pawar's calls.  

Key Questions That Arise From Pawar's Confession

  • Why did Amitesh Kumar hide this information?
  • Was Ajit Pawar directly calling the Pune Police Commissioner?
  • Did Ajit Pawar directly try to interfere in the probe?
  • Should Ajit Pawar have gone through Home Minister Devendra Fadnavis?
  • Is the Pune Police Commissioner protecting a sitting MLA's son who was sitting in the car?           

What Did Ajit Pawar Confess?             

“If any of the reporters inform me that an incident took place in the area where you are the Guardian Minister,  I will talk about it to the Commissioner. If the incident takes place in Pimpri Chinchwad, then I will tell the official who is appointed there. When I heard about this accident I spoke to him (Commissioner). I will never tell them to spare someone, I will tell them that even if Ajit Pawar is at fault you should take action against him. I told the commissioner that you should not succumb to any of the political pressure”, Pawar said.      

Pune Porsche Coverup: 5 Explosive Revelations By The Key Eyewitness

Only Four Got Out of the Car: According to the primary source, only four individuals exited the vehicle. Of the four, 2 of them were in the back seat and Super Brat was at the wheel. The source, who was present at the accident scene where the Porsche struck and killed two techies, Aneesh and Ashwani, confirmed there was no driver at the scene.

Driver Suddenly Appeared: The primary source disclosed that the driver suddenly appeared at the police station, having not been present at the accident site. This appearance at the police station was surprising to the source, who did not see the driver at the scene.

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NCP MLA Was Present at Police Station: The eyewitness also reported seeing an NCP MLA at the police station. He was apparantly seen talking to a cop at Pune Police Station.

Two People Ran From the Car: Immediately after the accident, two individuals came out of the car and fled in different directions.

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Rich Brat Was Driving: The 17-year-old rich brat came out of the car from the driver's side. He was pulled out from the driver's side, confirming he was driving at the time of the accident.  

Pune Porsche Crash: What Happened So Far  

Following the arrests of Dr. Ajay Taware and Dr. Shrihari Halnor from Sassoon General Hospital in Pune, the hospital has taken action by suspending both doctors along with a ward boy. Pune Police had earlier arrested Taware, head of the hospital's Forensic Medicine department, Halnor, the chief medical officer, and Atul Ghatkamble, a staff member working under Taware. They were accused of manipulating blood samples and destroying evidence in the Porsche crash case and were remanded in police custody until May 30.

During a hearing at the Judicial Magistrate First Class court, the police revealed that financial transactions had occurred to alter the blood samples, prompting the need for searches at the accused's residences.

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According to police reports, the juvenile's blood samples were discarded into a dustbin and replaced with samples from another individual, allegedly on the instructions of Dr. Taware.

The super rich brat inderwent a medical examination at Sassoon Hospital, where Dr. Taware and Dr. Halnor purportedly disposed of the blood samples and substituted them with others before sending them for testing. Both doctors face charges under various sections of the Indian Penal Code, including conspiracy, document forgery, and destruction of evidence.

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Published May 29th, 2024 at 16:34 IST