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Pune Porsche accident: Rs 3 lakh given to change accused teen's blood sample

The peon arrested in the Pune Porsche crash case along with two doctors for allegedly manipulating the blood test report of the 17-year-old accused handed over a Rs 3 lakh bribe to the doctors, according to sources.

Written by  Shgun S -- May 28th 2024 09:11 AM
Pune Porsche accident: Rs 3 lakh given to change accused teen's blood sample

Pune Porsche accident: Rs 3 lakh given to change accused teen's blood sample

Pune Porsche accident: The peon arrested in the Pune Porsche crash case along with two doctors for allegedly manipulating the blood test report of the 17-year-old accused handed over a Rs 3 lakh bribe to the doctors, according to sources.

According to sources, Atul Ghatkamble, a peon, acted as a middleman and collected a Rs 3 lakh bribe from the teen's family for the two doctors.


Dr Ajay Tawade and Dr Hari Harnor of Sasoon Hospital were arrested yesterday by the Pune Crime Branch.

The investigation revealed that Dr Tawade and the teen accused's father spoke on the phone on the day of the accident. "The juvenile's father had called the doctor and offered him allurements to replace the blood samples," according to police.

The investigation revealed that Dr Tawade and the teen accused's father spoke on the phone on the day of the accident. "The juvenile's father had called the doctor and offered him allurements to replace the blood samples," according to police.

According to reports, Dr. Taware has hinted that minor blood samples will be replaced by doctor's blood samples. Officials stated that the samples were swapped to remove any traces of alcohol.

"I won't keep quiet. "I'll take everyone's name," he said during the investigation.

Pune Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar stated yesterday that the samples collected at the hospital and sent for forensic testing were not from the juvenile accused.

"Around 11 a.m. on May 19, a blood sample (from the teen) taken at Sassoon Hospital was thrown in a dustbin, while another person's blood sample was taken and sent to the forensic lab. During the investigation, we discovered that CMO Srihari Halnor had replaced this on the instructions of Ajay Tawade, HOD of the forensic medicine department at Sassoon Hospital," Kumar told the media.

The minor's blood samples were replaced, and the report received on Sunday revealed no traces of alcohol. However, CCTV footage from one of the bars he went to that night captured him drinking with friends.

- PTC NEWS

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