Sena Leader’s Son Detained After BMW Runs Over Woman In Mumbai’s Worli, CM Shinde Says Guilty Won’t Be Spared

    BMW rammed into bike-borne cpuple in Mumbai's Worli. (Image:

    BMW rammed into bike-borne cpuple in Mumbai’s Worli. (Image:

    The BMW car that crashed into the bike-borne couple belongs to local Shiv Sena (Shinde) leader.

    A woman died after a speeding BMW rammed into a bike-borne couple in Mumbai’s Worli. The couple was on the way home after buying fish from Sassoon Dock on Sunday morning when they were hit in the Koliwada area.

    The man, Pradeep Nakhava lost control of the bike in the collision. He jumped to avoid further harm, however, his wife who was carrying the heavy load was unable to do so and was crushed by the vehicle, which was allegedly being driven by Mihir Shah, son of Shiv Sena leader Rajesh Shah.

    The woman identified as Kaveri Nakhava was rushed to Nair Hospital where she succumbed to her injuries. Meanwhile, the person driving the car fled the scene.

    Worli Police has detained the car owner Rajesh Shah, who is a local leader of Shiv Sena (Shinde) in Palghar. The police have nabbed the absconding driver and Shah’s son, Mihir Shah, who are suspected to be in the car at the time of the accident.

    The Cops are scanning through CCTV footage to identify who was behind the wheel at the time of the accident.

    Aditya Thackeray Reaches Worli Police Station

    Shiv Sena (UBT) leader and MLA Aditya Thackeray reached Worli police station and met the victim Pradeep Nakhava.

    Thackeray said he did not want to give the incident a political colour.  “I don’t want to make this political,  Whoever the driver is, should be arrested,” said Thackeray.

    “Whether the accused belongs to ‘gaddar’ gang, we don’t want to make it political,” he added.

    Emphasising the revelation of information by CCTV footage, Thackeray demanded quick action in the case.

    Chief Minister Eknath Shinde Assures Strict Action

    Maharashtra Chief Minister has assured strict action in the case. He said, “It does not matter which party he belongs to. The accused won’t be spared.”

    Speaking to reporters Shinde said, “It is an unfortunate incident.  I spoke with the police commissioner in the morning. It doesn’t matter, which party he (accused) belongs to. Action will be taken. Nobody will be spared. Everyone is equal before the law.”

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