Realtor in Porsche mows down two in Hyderabad hit-and-run case | Latest News India

A rushing Porsche pushed by a 25-year-old realtor mowed down two males who had been crossing the street on the upscale Banjara Hills space in Hyderabad in the early hours of Monday, the police stated.

The deceased had been recognized as Ayodhya Ram (26), an office assistant at Rainbow Children’s Hospital, and Devendra Kumar Das (29), a prepare dinner on the similar hospital.

The police later apprehended Ranjit Kumar Goud, an actual property developer from Uppal space on town outskirts, who fled the spot quickly after the accident. His Porsche Cayenne automotive bearing registration quantity was additionally seized by the police.

Banjara Hills division’s assistant commissioner of police M Sudershan stated the accident occurred at round 1:30 am proper in entrance of the hospital when Ayodhya Ram and Devendra Kumar Das had been crossing the street on their method house after ending their shifts.

“The high-end car was travelling at a high speed towards Jubilee Hills, when it hit the victims, killing them on the spot,” Sudarshan stated.

Even after the accident, Goud didn’t cease the automobile, which was chased by a police squad of the Jubilee Hills police station which was on night time patrol and observed the partially broken automotive rushing on the street. The squad chased it to the residential advanced at Road No 5 of Jubilee Hills, the place it was being parked.

Also Read: BMC to hold out surveys to focus on areas with low vaccination rate

“On getting the alert from Banjara Hills police, the Jubilee Hills police took Goud and two other inmates of the car into custody,” the police officer stated.

A case below Section 304 (II) (culpable murder not amounting to homicide) and likewise below Motor Vehicles Act towards Goud has been filed. “On suspicion of him being drunk at the time of the accident, he was sent to Osmania General Hospital for an alcohol test,” Sudershan stated.

The our bodies of the victims, each from Gopalpur in Odisha, had been shifted to the OGH morgue for autopsy.

Exit mobile version