Aditya Narayan arrested after running vehicle into rickshaw; later released on bail


(G.N.S) DT.13 was on Monday taken into custody by the Versova Police for allegedly hitting an auto-rickshaw with his Mercedes and injuring its senior citizen driver and a woman passenger. Mr. Narayan was later released on spot bail of Rs. 10,000.

The police officials also asserted that after the accident, Aditya took the injured people to the hospital.

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This content is restricted to site members. Besides them, Aditya too sustained minor injuries. "He misjudged while taking a U-turn and hit the auto-rickshaw from behind with his vehicle, injuring the driver and a woman passenger", said an officer in a statement from Versova police station. "I turned left to avoid him and hit the autorickshaw on the side, causing it to topple over twice", Aditya said.

Versova police is now probing the case and further details are awaited. The driver has suffered head injuries and the passenger has also received injuries.

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A Versova police station official said that following the incident, Aditya himself took the injured persons, identified as Rajkumar Palekar (64), the auto driver, and Surekha Shivekar (32), a passenger, to nearby hospital.

He said he again visited the hospital on Tuesday evening to meet and enquire about the health of both the victims, who are now reported to be stable. "Whether the injuries are life-threatening or not, I will not comment on that as the doctors are treating them", added the officer. The medical reports will come today and following that, Aditya will be questioned about the incident.

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A case has been registered against him under Section 338 and 279 Indian Penal Code.