The dean of a Pune-based hospital has stated that Dr. ajay Taware, who is accused of exchanging the blood sample of the 17-year-old kid involved in the porsche vehicle disaster, was recruited as superintendent with the agreement of the state's medical education minister. Despite being charged in kidney transplant and narcotics cases, Dr. Taware was named director of the Forensic Medical Department, according to Vinayak Kale, dean of Sassoon General Hospital.

Kale alleged that sunil Tingre, a politician, suggested Dr. Taware's nomination to Medical education minister Hasan Mushrif. Both Tingre and Mushrif are members of the NCP's ajit pawar faction, which is part of the current BJP-Shiv Sena alliance led by chief minister Eknath Shinde. On May 19, the adolescent, the son of a city constructor, consumed alcohol at a restaurant and club before driving his porsche at high speeds and ramming a bike, killing two techies.

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• The senior police official told news agency PTI, "We hope to reconstruct the entire accident and crime scene in detail using these AI tools." The goal is to provide a detailed representation of the crime/accident scene in order to improve evidence appreciation.

• The computer reconstruction entails retracing the teen's path from his house to Cosie Restaurant to Blak Club in the Mundhwa district, and then from the club to the accident site in kalyani Nagar. According to the authorities, the adolescent who is in the observation home partied at Cosie Restaurant and Blak Club.

police had gathered a huge amount of CCTV video along the juvenile's trip to the accident site, which will be useful in the wallet PLATFORM' target='_blank' title='digital-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>digital reconstruction of the scene. "There are some AI simulated models and core softwares wherein if CCTV camera footage, photos or spot photos are inputted, they can create some 3D image or 3D walk-through," stated the cop.

• Meanwhile, Dr. Shrihari Halnor, of Pune's Sassoon General Hospital, was fired after being suspected of altering the young driver's blood sample. Dr. Halnor, the head medical officer at the state-run hospital where the youngster was sent for medical testing following the accident, was detained on Monday.

• According to the police, Dr Halnor, who took the juvenile's blood sample, stated that he modified it per Dr Taware's instructions.

• According to police sources, before the minor's blood samples were obtained, the adolescent driver's father, vishal Agarwal, interacted with Dr Taware via whatsapp and FaceTime conversations, as well as a single general call, for a total of 14 calls. The calls were made between 8.30 and 10.40 a.m. on May 19, and the blood samples were obtained at 11 a.m.

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