VIDEO: 17-Year-Old Tries To Run Car Over Woman In Pune's Alandi, Charged With Attempted Murder

Assistant Inspector D R Sali of the Alandi police has stated that the minor has been charged under sections 307 (attempt to murder), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace), and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code, along with relevant sections of the Motor Vehicle Act.
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Pune: 17-Year-Old Tries To Run Car Over Woman In Alandi, Charged With Attempted Murder | VIDEO

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Pune: The Alandi police detained a 17-year-old junior college student who allegedly attempted to run over his 24-year-old neighbour with a hatchback car around 2pm in Wadgaon Ghenand village on Saturday.
Assistant Inspector D R Sali of the Alandi police has stated that the minor has been charged under sections 307 (attempt to murder), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace), and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code, along with relevant sections of the Motor Vehicle Act.
“The car is registered in the name of the minor’s father. We will also take action against him for allowing his minor son to drive the car,” Sali said, as per the Times of India report.
The officer mentioned that the woman, who sustained leg injuries, filed a complaint with the Alandi police.
According to the police, there is an ongoing dispute between the complainant's family and the minor's family, who are neighbours. Assistant Inspector Sali stated that the minor boy attempted to hit the woman while she was walking along the road.
“As his attempt failed, he reversed the car. Some of the locals tried to stop him, but he later dashed the woman. Before leaving from the spot, the minor threatened to kill the woman and her husband,” Sali said.
The officer mentioned that after being discharged from the hospital, the woman filed a complaint against the minor driver. "We have detained him," Sali confirmed. He also stated that a resident of the area had recorded the entire incident on their cellphone. "We have the footage with us," he added. The officer further noted that the minor is a student in the 11th standard. "Our investigations are ongoing," he concluded.
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