Three booked for road rage in Pune’s Kondhwa
Three men were booked for assaulting a man in a case of road rage in Pune. Two of the three men were arrested by the Kondhwa police on Monday. The incident happened on May 2 near Kadnagar chowk in Undri, according to Dattatray Gaurishankar Narone, 32, the complainant.
While reversing, the complainant’s car touched the accused’s motorbike and a small part of the car was damaged. When Narone stepped out of the car to talk to the accused, the arrested men got into a fight and assaulted Narone, according to the complaint.
The arrested men were identified as Rajendra Hanumantha Bajentri, 31, and Ashok Sitappa Jadhav, 24. They are both labourers and residents of Khole vasti near Bishop’s School in Undri.
Narone works as a private driver and lives on the property of Jaisingh Bhangire near Corinthians Club, Undri, according to the police.
A case in the matter was filed after the victim approached the police on Sunday.
“His nose was fractured. He was admitted to Ruby Hall Clininc, Wanowrie and underwent a surgery. He approached us on Sunday when he was discharged from the hospital,” said police sub inspector (PSI) Vivek Padvi of the Undri police outpost under the Kondhwa police station jurisdiction.
“The complainant was moving his car in reverse and touched the motorbike which was behind the vehicle. A small part of the car was damaged,” said PSI Padvi.
A case under Sections 325 (punishment for voluntarily causing grievous hurt), 427 (mischief causing damage to the amount of fifty rupees), 323 (punishment for volunatrily causing hurt), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace) and 34 (common intention) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) was registered against three people at the Kondhwa police station.