In the midst of the controversy surrounding the May 19 accident in Pune that included a 17-year-old kid driving a Porsche and resulted in two fatalities, the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) revoked the minor’s release on Wednesday and placed him in a rehabilitation facility until June 5.

In a related event, the father of the youngster was placed into police custody by a Pune sessions court till May 24.

Social media was rocked by the accident, and the BJP and opposition politicians engaged in a verbal sparring match demanding the juvenile accused’s quick release from custody. However, on May 22, the minor’s bond was revoked after police went to the JJB once more to request a review of its ruling.

According to Pune Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar, it is evident from the CCTV footage of one of the hotels that the minor was drinking alcohol.

The following ten significant developments:

What took place

The juvenile driver of the Porsche automobile is suspected to have caused the deaths of two motorbike riders in Pune’s Kalyani Nagar on May 19. The young person was allegedly intoxicated when the collision occurred, according to the police.

Who perished in the mishap?

In the collision, two IT specialists perished. They were recognized as Madhya Pradesh residents Anish Awadhiya and Ashwini Koshta. Koshta was from Jabalpur, while Awadhiya lived in the Umaria district’s Birsinghpur Pali.

Bail is canceled

The juvenile charged was given bail by the Juvenile Justice Board on May 19, with instructions to attend the Regional Transport Office, research traffic laws, and appear to the board in 15 days. According to the board’s directive, “the CCL (Child in Conflict with Law) will write an essay of 300 words on the topic of road accidents and their solutions,” PTI said. Subsequently, the police came up to the board to request that its order be reviewed. According to ANI, the board revoked the minor’s release on Wednesday, May 22, and placed him in an observation and rehabilitation institution until June 5.

The juvenile’s father was arrested

The teenager’s father, Vishal Agarwal, a real estate entrepreneur, was taken into custody on May 21 in Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar (Aurangabad) following a furor on social media.

Father and two more people are being held by the police

On May 22, the youngster’s father and Nitesh Shevani and Jayesh Gavkar, the proprietors of the Black Club pub, where the minor was reportedly served alcohol, appeared before Judge SP Ponkshe for extra sessions. They were placed in police detention until May 24 by the court.

What the FIR states

The FIR said that the real estate developer provided his son the automobile even though he knew the youngster was not licensed to drive, putting his life in danger, and let him to go out even though he knew he was an alcoholic, as PTI reported.

Charges against the hotel owner and father

Authorities filed complaints under sections 75 and 77 of the Juvenile Justice Act against the father of the adolescent as well as against the proprietor and staff of two bars for’serving alcohol to an underage person’. –

  • Willful child neglect and exposing a kid to bodily or mental sickness are included under Section 75.
  • Giving drugs or alcohol to a kid when they are intoxicated is covered under Section 77.

Why cops desire custody of the father

The prosecution requested that the police place their son under arrest, claiming that they needed to look into the reasons behind the father’s decision to let his son drive the unregistered vehicle. They must also look into the reason for his disappearance after the son’s case was filed. The public prosecutor reportedly stated that “the police need to investigate where his other phones are” and that the father was only carrying a basic, no-frills cell phone when he was taken into custody, according to PTI.

Report links grandfather to Chhota Rajan

The accused’s grandpa, Surendra Kumar Agarwal, is apparently on trial in a shooting case for allegedly giving money to gangster Chhota Rajan, according to an India Today story. According to the article, SK Agarwal is also connected to a case involving his brother RK Agarwal and a property dispute that may have resulted in cooperation with Chhota Rajan’s criminal network.

Shiv Sena (UBT) criticizes Fadnavis’ trip to Pune

Ambadas Danve, a leader of the Shiv Sena (UBT), questioned Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday about if his travel to Pune after a vehicle collision event was intended to protect the investigating authorities in the matter.

Police moved quickly, according to Devendra Fadnavis

Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said on Wednesday that the Pune Police had pursued all legal avenues in the reckless driving case and that the opposition had attempted to turn the event into a political football.