Pune: CCL in hit-and-run case to stay in observation home till June 18

Pune: The child in conflict with law (CCL) and the son of builder Vishal Agarwal in the hit-and-run case in Kalyani Nagar will have to stay in the observation till June 18.

He was produced before the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) on Wednesday (June 12). The JJB adjourned the hearing saying a decision would be made on June 18.

According to the details, the CCL in the hit-and-run case will stay in the observation home till June 18. The Chief Judicial Magistrate of the JJB was present during the hearing on Wednesday. Another judicial magistrate held the hearing. They adjourned the hearing on the pretext that they were not the regular Judicial Magistrate. This has extended the stay of CCL in the observation home.

During the hearing, the police demanded the extension of his stay in the observation home for 14 days. The defence lawyer pleaded for his release. The police argued that the investigation was underway. If released, the CCL, through his other relatives, would try to influence the probe. He is being counselled in the observation home. It has not been completed. Hence, he should stay there. Nobody is there to look after him at home, which could adversely affect his mind. His life would also be in danger outside.

While the CCL is the observation home, his parents Vishal Agarwal and Shivani Agarwal, his grandfather Surendra Kumar Agarwal, two doctors, Dr Ajay Taware and Dr Shrihari Harnol, and peon Atul Ghatkamble from the Sassoon Hospital and two persons arrested from Mumbai, all these people are in police custody. They have all been arrested for tampering with the blood report of the CCL.

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