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After Porsche Car Accident, BMW Accident in Mumbai: Shiv Sena Leader’s Son Suspected ?

Shiv Sena leader Rajesh Shah had urged his son Mihir to switch places with their driver Rajrishi Bidawat after the BMW he was driving collided with a scooter and dragged a woman, police told a Mumbai court today. Kaveri Nakhawa, a lady, killed in the crash.

While the primary culprit, Mihir Shah, is on the run, his father Rajesh Shah, deputy leader of the Eknath Shinde-led Sena in Maharashtra’s Palghar district, and the family’s driver, Rajrishi Bidawat, have been apprehended. Police sources indicated they were not participating with the investigation. They appeared in court today. Rajesh Shah was placed in judicial detention until July 13, while the driver, Bidawat, was held in police custody for one day.

Mihir Shah, the police said, and his father Rajesh Shah made several calls to each other after the accident in Worli early yesterday, police have said. The Sena leader, they said, told his son to switch places with the driver and move to the seat next to the driver. The plan, police said, was to pin the blame for the crash on the driver.

Kaveri Nakhwa, 45, was riding with her husband Pradip on Annie Besant Road when the driver of the luxury car lost control around 5:30 am, according to Worli police. Kaveri fell onto the road and was declared dead when brought to hospital. Her husband was discharged after treatment.

Who is Mihir Shah?

1. Mihir Shah, 23, is the son of Rajesh Shah, a politician from the Shiv Sena (Eknath Shinde faction).

2. During the incident, Mihir Shah and Rajrishi Bidawar, in his early thirties, were allegedly in the BMW car. Preliminary investigation indicates Mihir Shah was driving the car at the time of the incident, but he is currently missing and being sought by the police.

3. According to the investigation, Shah and Bidawar were returning home from a long drive at Marine Drive.

4. The police are yet to determine if the driver was drunk and plan to conduct medical tests and collect blood samples.

5. A case has been registered based on Pradeep Nakhawa’s statement under various sections of the BNS and the Motor Vehicle Act, including Sections 105, 281, 125(b), 238, 324(4), 184, 134(a), 134(b), and 187.

Worli BMW accident latest updates

The BMW has been seized and brought to the police station. The investigation is ongoing. Mihir Shah is currently absconding, and his father, Rajesh Shah, is being questioned. Rajrishi Rajendra Singh Bidawat, who was in the car during the incident, has been detained for further investigation.

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Source: HT

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