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The case of Mumbai hit and run is not the first, from Delhi to Pune such cases have come up.

Nita Yadav

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The recent hit and run cases in Mumbai have brought back memories of the Pune Porsche and Kanzhawala cases. About a year and a half ago, when the country was engrossed in New Year celebrations, an incident took place in Delhi’s Kanjawala that shocked the entire country. On the intervening night of May 17-18, in Pune, a minor ran over two bike-riding engineers with his Porsche car. After this incident, many questions have been raised on the police. Let us know about these three cases.

Mumbai BMW hit and run case

July 7, Saturday, time around 5:30 am. Pradeep Nakhwa and his wife Kaveri Nakhwa, a resident of Koliwada area of ​​Worli, were returning home after buying fish and both belong to the fishing community and both used to go to Sassoon Dock daily to buy fish. Meanwhile, suddenly at 5:30 am, a speeding BMW hit him from behind near Atria Mall. The impact was so strong that the scooter overturned and both husband and wife fell on the bonnet of the car. Pradeep Nakhwa said he jumped off the bonnet after the collision but his wife was trapped in the car.

In his haste to escape, the accused crushed the woman and dragged her away from the car. About 60 hours after the incident, the police arrested the accused Mihir Shah in this case. The accused has also confessed to the police that he was driving the car at the time of the incident. The accused has given a statement to the police that he was very scared after the incident, so he ran away from there.

Pune Porsche hit and run case

On May 17-18 at around 2:30 p.m., a high-speed Porsche car driven by Vishal Agarwal, the minor son of a Pune-based builder, rammed into two bikers on the road under the influence of alcohol, killing both of them on the spot. The case came into focus when the minor accused was released within 15 hours. While releasing the minor, the juvenile board ordered him to write a 300-word essay on the road accident. Pune police swung into action when anger rose across the country.

The police arrested not only the minor but also the father and mother for conspiring to save him in the whole incident. However, on June 25, the Bombay High Court granted bail to the minor accused. Granting bail, the court said that the accused would fulfill all the conditions of the order of the Juvenile Board. According to information, after leaving the juvenile home, the minor accused fulfilled the condition of writing a 300-word essay on July 3.

Kanzhawala case of Delhi

On the midnight of 31 December 2022, a car was moving on the road in Kanzhawala area of ​​Delhi. When the CCTV footage of the incident surfaced, people were shocked. A girl’s body was trapped under this car. The dead body belonged to 20-year-old Anjali, a resident of Delhi. Anjali was returning on a scooty after partying with her friend for New Year. Anjali’s scooter was hit by a car. After the collision, her body got trapped under the car, but the accused neither stopped the car nor separated her body from the car. Police found Anjali’s body almost naked.

Delhi Police has arrested 7 accused in this case and filed a charge sheet against them. Anjali’s death case is still going on in the court, even after a year and a half of the accident, Anjali’s family is waiting for justice.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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