Mihir Shah, the main accused of BMW crash case arrested after 3 days of incident

Mihir Shah is the son of Rajesh Shah, a leader in the Shiv Sena faction led by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde.

After evading capture for three days, Mihir Shah, the accused in the BMW crash case case, was finally arrested in Shahpur, Maharashtra. On Sunday morning, Shah, the son of a Shiv Sena leader, allegedly drove a BMW car that struck and killed a woman.

Around 5:30 am on Annie Besant Road, Kaveri Nakhwa, 45, and her husband Pradeep were on their two-wheeler when they were hit by a luxury car. An impact dragged Kaveri further for 100 meters, and as a result, she sustained critical injuries. She was pronounced dead at the hospital, while her husband was treated and subsequently discharged.

Subsequently, Mihir Shah, the accused, went absconding. His father, Rajesh Shah, and the family’s driver, Rajendra Singh Bidawat, were charged with aiding his escape by the police. The Dadar Metropolitan Magistrate Court has again remanded Bidawat to police remand until July 11 in the second motion. Rajesh Shah, however, was released on bail on Monday.

Mihir Shah is the son of Rajesh Shah, a leader in the Shiv Sena faction led by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde. At the time of the incident, Mihir Shah and Rajendra Singh Bidawat, who is in his early thirties, were reportedly in the BMW car. Based on initial inquiries, it appears that Mihir Shah was the one driving the vehicle at the time of the incident. According to the accounts that are available in the event that followed this terrible event, Shah and Bidawat were on their way home after taking a drive through Marine Drive. 

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Currently, the police have not stated whether the driver was under the influence to cause the accident, but they intend to carry out a medical checkup and take samples of his blood in order to confirm this. According to the statement of Pradeep Nakhwa, the case has been filed under sections 105, section 281, 125 (b), 238, section 324/4, section 184, section 134 (a), section 134 (b), and section 187 of the BNS and MV Act.

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