Mumbai Hit-and-Run Case: Rajesh Shah Expelled From Shiv Sena After Mihir Shah 'Confesses' Crime

Mumbai: ?Shiv Sena leader of Eknath Shinde faction Rajesh Shah has been expelled from the party. Rajesh Shah is the father of Mihir Shah who on Wednesday confessed to have been behind the wheels of BMW, which killed a 45-year-old woman on Sunday, July 7.
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Mumbai Hit-and-Run Case: Rajesh Shah, Father of Accused Mihir Shah, Expelled from Shiv Sena

Mumbai: Rajesh Shah, father of Mihir Shah, the prime accused in the Mumbai hit-and-run case, was sacked from Shiv Sena (Eknath Shinde faction) on Wednesday. The party's decision came within a few hours after the police said the accused had confessed to his crime to the police. Mihir Shah is accused of killing a 45-year-old woman with his speeding BMW car on Sunday, July 7.
Earlier, the police had arrested Rajesh Shah for not cooperating with the officials. However, he was released on bail on July 7 on account of "illegal arrest". He was granted bail on Monday upon posting a bond of Rs 15,000. Earlier in the day, the police officials informed that Mihir Shah had admitted to have been behind the wheels, which claimed the life of Kaveri Nakhwa. He confessed that he had made several calls after the incident, and the police also questioned him regarding whom the calls were made to.
Mihir was absconding since the day of accident. He was arrested on Tuesday, three days later, from a flat in Virar. The police also detained his mother and sister, who were missing too.
The incident took place on Sunday, July 7. Kaveri Nakhwa and her husband Pradeep Nakhwa, a fisherman, were returning from the fish market when they were hit by a speeding BMW allegedly driven by Mihir Shah. Kaveri Nakhwa died from her injuries.

Pub Demolished

In the latest, the bar in Juhu where Mihir Shah had dinner with his friends on the night of the accident has been demolished. The excise department took this action as part of a crackdown on the bar. A CCTV footage showed Mihir Shah leaving a pub before the accident in the Worli area of Mumbai. Police suspected he was driving under the influence of alcohol, but the pub owner claimed Mihir only had Red Bull that night.
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