One more first information report (FIR) has been lodged against the father and grandfather of the juvenile accused in the Porsche crash case. A Pune based real estate businessman Mushtaq Momin lodged this FIR at Kondhwa police station on Thursday.

As per the FIR, the minor’s father and grandfather, who are prominent builders from Pune, had promised Momin Rs 1.5 crore if he could settle a dispute over their land in Kondhwa in 2019.

They allegedly gave Momin Rs 18 lakh in advance for the work. However, after he resolved the dispute and got them possession of the Kondhwa land, they allegedly refused to give him the remaining amount of Rs 1.32 crore.

When Momin demanded for the money, they allegedly threatened him. He had then filed a complaint against them with the police. He had also filed a private complaint against them in Lashkar court in Pune. However, they allegedly forced Momin to withdraw the complaint by giving threats to kill him, the FIR stated.

Police have now booked three persons from the minor’s family including his father and grandfather in this case under sections 420, 406, 504, 506, 120-B, 392, 34 of the Indian Penal Code.

Festive offer

On Thursday, the police had booked the minor’s father and grandfather for their alleged role in an abetment of suicide offense involving a businessman’s son in Wadgaon Sheri on January 9 this year. An FIR in the case was registered based on a complaint by the businessman, who runs a construction firm in Pune, regarding his son’s suicide, at Chandan Nagar police station on January 12 this year.

The accused minor driver’s father and mother are in police custody in the Porsche car accident case. The minor boy on May 19 allegedly drove the Porsche at high speed under the influence of alcohol when the car crashed into a bike, killing two software engineers who were on the two-wheeler vehicle.

Police lodged three FIRs related to the case. The first FIR was lodged against the minor at Yerwada police station on the day of the accident. The boy was then taken to Sassoon hospital for a medical examination, where his blood sample was allegedly replaced with his mother’s.

Police arrested his father, mother, Dr Ajay Taware — the former head of the forensic department of Sassoon Hospital, Dr Shrihari Harnol — who was the casualty medical officer at the time, and a Class IV employee Atul Ghatkamble, for allegedly changing the minor’s blood. sample by taking financial favors.

Police further arrested two men Ashpak Basha Makandar of Dhanori and Amar Santosh Gaikwad of Yerawada — who allegedly acted as middlemen between the father of the accused teenage driver and two doctors and a staffer of Sassoon Hospital — for swapping the minor’s blood sample. A court had remanded the duo and minor’s parents to police custody till June 10 and the other three till June 7.

While the juvenile is in an observation home till June 12, crime branch sleuths produced Dr Taware, Dr Harnol, Ghatkamble and Amar Gaikwad before a special court on Friday afternoon. The court remanded all four to judicial custody. Assistant commissioner of police Sunil Tambe told the court that they reserve the right to Gaikwad’s police custody later for investigation. Police are probing his mobile phone call details and CCTV footage.

The father was initially arrested along with the owner and managers of the two restaurants where his minor son had allegedly consumed liquor before the accident, in the second FIR that had been lodged by the police under sections of the Juvenile Justice Act.

Meanwhile, the minor’s grandfather, who is now under judicial custody at Yerwada Central Prison, was arrested along with his father in the third FIR lodged by a driver employed by the family, who alleged that the duo kidnapped and forced him to take the blame for the May 19 accident.