Speeding Porsche car kills  two, gets bail in 15 hours- this is Judiciary system for you

Recently, a shocking incident came to light in which two people died after being hit by a Porsche car driven by a teenager. The accused was allegedly under the influence of alcohol, returning from a pub after passing the Class 12 examination. The boy was granted bail just 15 hours after his arrest. This bail was granted on certain conditions, the accused is the son of a prominent real estate developer in Pune.

Online reports claim that a driver under the age of 18 drove his intoxicated companions out of a pub on Sunday in a Porsche, exceeding 200 mph and without a license. Two engineers from Madhya Pradesh died after a reckless speeding accident at Kalyaninagar crossroads in Pune, resulting in a fatal collision. According to an eyewitness, the impact of the vehicle sent Ashwini approximately 20 feet into the air before she landed hard on the ground. At the same time, Aneesh was thrown into a parked car, sustaining severe injuries. Both tragically died at the scene. The incident occurred as they were returning from a party at a nearby restaurant.

An auto-rickshaw driver reported that at 2:15 am on Sunday, a speeding car collided with a bike. The driver attempted to flee, but the airbags deployed, blocking his view and forcing him to stop. Residents apprehended the driver and two passengers, though one escaped. The two caught individuals were beaten by the crowd.

A case was filed against the minor driver under the relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). The police have also filed a case against the father of the Porsche driver and registered a case against the pub for serving liquor to a minor. A Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) hearing was held on Sunday evening for the 17-year-old boy. Police argued that the driver should be tried as an adult. However, the court did not accept the plea and instead granted him bail under certain conditions.

As punishment for the murder of the duo, the minor has been granted bail under specific conditions. He must work with the Yerwada Traffic Police for 15 days and write a 300-word essay on “Road Accidents and Their Causes.” Additionally, the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) has mandated that the boy undergo medical treatment to help him quit alcohol and receive psychiatric counseling. The counseling report must be submitted to the court.

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