Aditya Narayan, who injured the driver and a woman passenger and suffered minor injuries himself, was released on bail later. The young singer was recently involved in a road accident and was arrested after that. He was later released on bail.
Aditya Narayan was recently detained by the Versova police in Mumbai after a road accident. According to reports, Aditya Narayan’s car hit an auto-rickshaw, injuring a passenger and its driver. Apparently, he took a wrong U-turn, leading to the accident.
The reports further stated that Aditya’s Mercedes Benz rammed into the auto-rickshaw from behind in front of the Indralok Building, Lokhandwala Back Road in Andheri West. After that the singer apparently took the injured to the hospital for treatment.
A police officer who is involved in the investigation told,
‘Narayan did not try to escape from the spot and took the injured to the hospital. The driver has suffered head injuries and the passenger has also received injuries. Whether the injuries are life-threatening or not, I will not comment on that as the doctors are treating them. We have registered an FIR under sections 279 (punishment for rash driving), 338 (punishment for causing grievous hurt) read with section 184 of Motor Vehicles Act of the Indian Penal Code and waiting for the report of his medical test to check whether he was under the influence of alcohol or not.
The driver of the auto rickshaw received head injuries while the passenger received minor injuries. It is not known if they have been discharged yet. The medical reports will come today and following that, Aditya will be questioned about the incident. The cops have already recorded the statement of Surekha, who lodged the formal complaint.
Narayan is reportedly admitted to the hospital for treating the injuries he suffered during the impact. He is expected to be discharged soon. He has been booked under the Sections of 338 (causing grievous hurt act endangering life or personal safety of others) and 279 (rash driving or riding on public way). Both the sections are bailable.