Police unfit to find out the precise speed of Porsche

Police unfit to find out the precise speed of Porsche

Hyderabad city police couldn’t find out the specific speed of the Porsche Cayenne driven by Bazar Rohit Goud, supposedly affected by liquor, which killed two youths late on Sunday, as neither there were CCTV cameras nor speeds weapons checking the mishap spot. This places the police in dilemma in fixing the imprudence and carelessness of the delinquent driver.

As there were no CCTV cameras at the mishap spot close to Rainbow Children Hospital on Road No. 2 of Banjara Hills, the police could just draw a deduction that the speed of the vehicle was anyplace between 100 kmph to 120 kmph on that game-changing evening. “With no CCTV cameras on the spot, we can’t learn the specific speed,” an official said.

The charged, Goud from Uppal, and Vedulla Sai Soman Reddy from Karmanghat devoured liquor at three better places in Jubilee Hills and Banjara Hills and were going to a star lodging for late-night supper when their vehicle hit two people – Ayodhya Rai, 24, and Debendra Kumar Das, 29. They denounced escaped from the spot before long the mishap.

In the wake of hitting the team, the charged drove straightforwardly to their companion’s home – Padmavathi Nilayam on Road No. 5 of Jubilee Hills – and left their harmed vehicle in the basement without understanding that a police watch group was at that point following them. “They were gotten when they returned to Padmavathi Nilayam in one more vehicle to take the left extravagance vehicle,” Joint Commissioner of Police (west zone) AR Srinivas said.

Two MLAs of TRS hurried to Banjara Hills police headquarters in the early hours in a bid to safeguard Sai Soman Reddy from the situation.

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