Ram Jhula mishap: Accused women duo had purchased liquor from CP Club: Police

Nagpur: The Tehsil Police have ramped up the investigation into the sensational accident involving a Mercedes car that resulted in the death of two youths on Ram Jhula on Saturday midnight. On Wednesday, the police obtained a bill from the CP Club which shed light on the events resulting in the accident. As per the […] The post Ram Jhula mishap: Accused women duo had purchased liquor from CP Club: Police appeared first on Nagpur Today : Nagpur News.

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Ram Jhula mishap: Accused women duo had purchased liquor from CP Club: Police

Nagpur: The Tehsil Police have ramped up the investigation into the sensational accident involving a Mercedes car that resulted in the death of two youths on Ram Jhula on Saturday midnight.

On Wednesday, the police obtained a bill from the CP Club which shed light on the events resulting in the accident. As per the bill details, ‘240 ml’ liquor was purchased by the two women, said police. Ritika, also known as Ritu Dinesh Malu (39), a resident of Deshpande Layout, and Madhuri Shishir Sarada (37), residing in Wardhaman Nagar, were in the Mercedes car when the accident occurred. The duo was en route to Wardhaman Nagar in a car (MH-49/AS6111) on Saturday midnight, with Ritu at the wheel. The victims, Mohd Hussain Ghulam Mustafa (34) from Nalsaheb Chowk, Mominpura, and Mohd Atif Mohd Zia (32) from Awasthi Chowk, Jafar Nagar, tragically lost their lives when their moped (MH-37/Q2948) was hit by the speeding Mercedes.

Following the incident, Ritu informed her relatives, who rushed to the scene. Ritu herself was admitted to a private hospital in Nandanvan. Later, the police located and arrested her after registering a case under Sections 279, 338, and 304(A) of the Indian Penal Code, along with Section 184 of the Motor Vehicle Act. Despite the severity of the charges, Ritu was released on bail, as Section 304(A) is a bailable offense.

In an attempt to determine the speed of the Mercedes, the police scrutinised CCTV footage from the Ram Jhula area on Tuesday. Dinesh Malu, a member of the CP Club and Ritu’s husband, became a focal point of the investigation. On Wednesday at 4.30 pm, a police team visited the CP Club and seized a copy of the bill issued to Malu. The bill detailed the purchase of ‘240 ml’ liquor and other food items.

A senior police official mentioned that Ritu’s blood sample was collected. Confirmation of alcohol influence would only be established after receiving the forensic laboratory report, which was still pending as of Wednesday late evening. Once the report confirms alcohol influence, Section 304 of the Indian Penal Code will be added to the case, said a police official.

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