Couple killed as Pune builder’s 17-year-old son rams Porsche into bike, juvenile gets bail after writing essay on the accident

Pune: In an unfortunate incident, a couple was killed in Pune after a renowned builder’s 17-year-old son rammed Porsche into their bike at around 3.15 AM on Saturday.

According to Pune Additional Commissioner of Police (ACP) Manoj Patil, a group of friends including a couple named Anis Dudhiya and Ashwini Costa were returning home on their motorbikes after a party at a pub in Kalyani Nagar.

However, one of the bikes on which both Anis Dudhiya and Ashwini Costa were traveling on was rammed by a speeding Porsche, which also subsequently crashed into the roadside pavement railings. The mishap was so severe that Costa died on the spot while Dudhiya succumbed to his injuries while undergoing treatment at a nearby hospital.

Some bystanders caught hold the boy when he was trying runway from the spot and thrashed him before handing him over the the police.

On being informed, police reached the spot and took the builder’s 17-year-old son, who was driving the Porsche, into custody along with two others, who were in the Porsche when the accident took place. However, a district court granted bail to the minor boy within 14 hours of his detention. The court granted the bail to the juvenile as it did not find the crime committed by him to be serious.

According to media reports, the court granted bail to the juvenile after asking him to write an essay on the accident and work with the traffic police for 15 days.

Cops started an investigation into the matter after registering a case at the Yerwada Police Station under Section 306 (abetment of suicide), Section 279 (rash driving on public way), Section 304(a) (causing death by negligence), Section 337 (causing hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others), Section 427 (committing mischief) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and other provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act.

A case was also filed against the builder-father of the 17-year-old accused and the bar which served liquor to the minor under Sections 75 (punishment for cruelty to child) and 77 (serving liquor/drug/tobacco products to child) of the Juvenile Justice Act.

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