How ‘drunk’ teen’s blood sample was ‘modified’ at hospital to show no trace of alcohol

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On Monday, police claimed that the teen’s blood samples had been discarded and changed with one other individual’s samples which confirmed no traces of alcohol.

In the Pune Porsche accident, a three-member committee is conducting an inquiry into the alleged manipulation of the blood samples of the juvenile driver. The workforce visited the Sassoon General Hospital in Pune on Tuesday. Police have arrested Dr Ajay Taware, head of the state-run hospital’s forensic medication division, chief medical officer Dr Shrihari Halnor and employees member Atul Ghatkamble in reference to the incident. 

“We will examine the sequence of events after the accident. The probe will be conducted as per the rules and a report will be submitted to the government,” mentioned Dr Pallavi Sapale, dean of the Grant Medical College and J J group of hospitals who’s heading the panel.

According to police, {the teenager} was drunk at the time of the incident. On Monday, police claimed that his blood samples had been discarded and changed with one other individual’s samples which confirmed no traces of alcohol. Dr Taware and the opposite two had been arrested on this connection.

How did the teen’s blood sample change?

The accident by which the 17-year-old allegedly killed two IT professionals occurred within the early hours of May 19 in Kalyani Nagar space in Pune. According to reviews, the teen’s blood sample was taken to Sassoon General Hospital on May 19 at 11 am.

The accused’s father then contacted Dr Ajay Taware. At Taware’s request, D Srihari Halnore modified the samples, News18 reported quoting sources. The blood sample of the second individual was despatched to the forensic lab. Subsequently, Sassoon’s physician reported that the minor accused had not consumed alcohol.

However, the police took one other blood sample of the Pune teen for DNA testing at one other authorities hospital. The blood sample taken for the second time matched with the blood sample of the minor accused and the daddy. But the blood sample from Sassoon Hospital didn’t match with the blood sample of the accused.

Therefore, throughout police interrogation, the physician admitted to altering the blood sample. Police suspect that one of the lab attendants was serving to the three arrested accused.

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Meanwhile, Pune District Court on Tuesday despatched the daddy and grandfather of the minor accused concerned within the Pune automotive accident case to police custody until May 31. The Pune Police commissioner earlier mentioned that efforts had been on to attempt the minor accused as an grownup.


Nilesh Desai
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