In the pune porsche accident case, where a 17-year-old teenager is accused of crashing a high-end vehicle into a motorbike last month, killing two young software developers in the city, the police have obtained fresh CCTV evidence. According to news agency PTI, the CCTV film, which was shot in the Yerwada region, purports to show a Sassoon General Hospital staffer accepting a bribe while participating in a plot to switch the young driver's blood samples. 

According to the authorities, Atul Ghatkamble, a hospital employee, received the money from an intermediary named Ashpak Makandar. The ₹3 lakh bribe was allegedly given on the grounds of the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB). Ghalkamble was already detained for allegedly altering the minor's blood samples, along with Dr. ajay Taware, the suspended chief of the hospital's forensics section, and Dr. Shrihari Halnor, the former casualty medical officer.
 

The 17-year-old boy's blood sample was collected at the Sassoon General Hospital on May 19, hours after the event, according to the police. But another blood sample was collected at the Aundh government Hospital because the police thought that the first had been manipulated. Not long later, the father of the young person had a third blood sample drawn for dna matching, which showed that the initial sample had been tampered with.
 

In connection with a case involving the purported exchange of his blood samples, the accused's parents have been placed under custody by the police.
 
The 17-year-old youngster was driving a porsche when he crashed with a motorbike on May 19 in Pune's kalyani Nagar neighborhood, killing two techies, Anis Awadhiya and ashwini Costa. The police claimed that the young child was operating the porsche at 160 kmph at the time of the collision based on the CCTV video.
 
The adolescent, who is the well-known builder vishal Agrawal's son, had a party for his pals on saturday night to celebrate his Class 12 results, according to the police. The gang spent the evenings driving about and drinking at various restaurants in the city.
 
 

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