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₹ 3 Lakh Paid To Change Blood Sample Of Pune Porsche Teen

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In the recent developments of the Pune Porsche crash case, new details have emerged regarding the involvement of a peon, Atul Ghatkamble, who was apprehended alongside two doctors for allegedly tampering with the blood test results of the 17-year-old suspect. Sources indicate that Ghatkamble facilitated a bribe of ₹3 lakh to the doctors, Dr. Ajay Tawade and Dr. Hari Harnor from Sasoon Hospital, acting as an intermediary and receiving the bribe from the suspect’s family.

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Further investigation has revealed communication between Dr. Tawade and the father of the juvenile suspect on the day of the accident, with alleged offers of incentives to substitute the blood samples. Dr. Taware has suggested the swapping of minor blood samples with those of another individual, purportedly to eliminate alcohol traces.

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In a bold statement during the probe, Dr. Taware vowed to disclose all involved parties. Pune Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar disclosed discrepancies in the blood samples collected at Sassoon Hospital, indicating that the samples sent for forensic examination did not belong to the juvenile suspect. According to Kumar, the juvenile’s blood sample was replaced with that of another individual at the direction of Ajay Tawade, head of the forensic medicine department.

This substitution resulted in a forensic report devoid of alcohol traces, contradicting CCTV footage showing the suspect drinking at a bar on the night of the incident. The collision, which occurred in the early hours of May 19, resulted in the tragic deaths of two young IT professionals. The speeding Porsche, allegedly driven by the 17-year-old, collided with the victims’ motorcycle, leading to fatal injuries. Eyewitnesses described the horrific scene, with one victim thrown into the air and the other into a parked car, both succumbing to their injuries at the scene.

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