On Saturday, Malabar Hill police station registered a case against a college student for ramming her car into a police vehicle at Walkeshwar road late Thursday night. The police car belonged to Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ convoy.
The incident took place around 11:30 pm on Thursday when the driver of the Toyota Innova, Haji Ali resident Faiza Momin, lost control of the vehicle and collided with a Mahindra Scorpio near Raj Bhavan’s lower gate at Walkeshwar road in Malabar Hill.
The Scorpio was returning from the CM’s bungalow after filling petrol.
Inspector Chandrakant Thorve (50) and Constable Vitthal Sawant sustained injuries and were rushed to Bombay hospital. Thorve has been discharged, while Sawant is still recuperating at the hospital.
The passengers of the Innova, Faiza (22), her sister Insha (16) and her friend Juhi Shah (16), also sustained minor injuries. All three were admitted to St Elizabeth hospital, where they are still recuperating.
A case of rash and negligent driving, doing an act endangering personal safety of others and driving dangerously, has been registered against Faiza. Mumbai police spokesperson Ashok Dudhe, however, ruled out drunk driving.
No arrests have been made till now.Back to latest news