Ahmedabad ISKCON flyover accident: ‘Jaguar’s speed before accident was 141.27 kmph’ | Ahmedabad News – Times of India

City traffic police officials have thrown light on an important aspect of the ISKCON flyover accident that left nine people dead and shook the city on July 20. According to their investigation, the accused, Tathya PatelIt was running at an astonishing speed of 141.27 kmph at the time of the tragic incident.

On the other hand, the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) in Gandhinagar has prepared a report stating that the 19-year-old resident drop Was not under the influence of alcohol or any other drug. The findings, as reported by reliable sources within the police department, clear any suspicion of substance-related impairment.
At a press conference held at the city police commissioner’s office in Shahibagh, Additional CP (Traffic), NN ChowdharyA total of 17 witnesses, including Tathya’s mother, Neelam P Attell and five friends, have given their statements, the HC said.

“All of them pointed fingers at him for reckless driving. We have formed various teams to investigate the matter and record statements of various people including the victims as well as Tathya’s friends and relatives. Chieftain, adding: “We have gathered enough evidence in the case and are expected to file the charge sheet in about two days. ,
To uncover the technical aspects relating to the vehicle involved, police have held talks with Jaguar’s chief engineers in London. “The automobile company has promised its cooperation and assistance in the ongoing investigation,” Chowdhary said.
“The testimony of witnesses and the corroborative evidence have firmly established the presence of Tathya at the accident site,” Chowdhary said.
With Tathya’s remand ending on Monday and no further request for extension, he has been shifted to Sabarmati Central Jail in judicial custody. City Police has contacted RTO Ahmedabad to get a detailed report on the accident. Police said it will be added to the charge sheet in the upcoming legal proceedings.