Pune Porsche accident: Video of protesters throwing ink at police car carrying teenage father


Protesters on Wednesday were seen throwing black objects at a police vehicle carrying the father of a 17-year-old minor who killed two software engineers while driving a Porsche in Pune on Sunday .

Porsche car found without license plate number in Pune (PTI)

The renowned builder was produced before a Pune court on Wednesday. As he was being taken to court, protesters surrounded a police car and threw black ink at it. Protesters were also heard chanting “inkrabu zindabad‘. The court sent him to police custody until May 24.

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The accident occurred around 2:30 am on Sunday when the minor, driving a Porsche Taycan, hit a motorcycle from behind in Kalyaninagar. As investigation continues, the Pune crime branch team detained the teen’s father at Chhatrapati Sambhaji Nagar on Tuesday morning.

According to PTI reports, members of the Vande Mataram Sanghatana attacked Agarwal with ink. Police detained several protesters taking part in the demonstration.

The incident took place around 2:30 pm when Agarwal was taken to the Shivajinagar district court complex to appear before the additional session judge.

“According to preliminary information, four to five persons from a group tried to throw ink at the police vehicle escorting the father of the juvenile accused,” a Pune police official told PTI.

After the accident, the police registered a case against the teenager’s father under Sections 75 and 77 of the Juvenile Justice Act and relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Section 75 is about “intentional neglect of children or subjecting them to mental or physical harm”, while Section 77 is about supplying alcohol or drugs to children.

Apart from Agarwal, Pune police also arrested four others, including the owners and managers of two bars for serving alcohol to minors.

Juvenile Court is expected to rule on the juvenile defendants on Wednesday.



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