Aditya Narayan arrested after ramming car into rickshaw, injuring two; singer was later released on bail
Aditya Narayan was detained at the Versova police station after a road accident, a police official said. He was later granted bail for Rs 1000 personal bond
Bollywood playback singer Aditya Narayan was on 12 March detained at the Versova police station after a road accident, a police official said. He was later granted bail for Rs 1000 personal bond, reports Indian Express.
Mumbai Police spokesperson said: "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."
Aditya's Mercedes Benz rammed into the auto-rickshaw from behind in front of the Indralok Building, Lokhandwala Back Road in Andheri West, the official said.
The singer was booked under IPC 338 (Causing grievous hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others) and IPC 279 (Rash driving or riding on a public way) of the Motor Vehicle Act, as per the same report.
Aditya, son of celebrated singer Udit Narayan, took the injured to the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital for treatment, the official added. The driver of the rickshaw is admitted in the ICU while the passenger has fractured her leg, reports DNA. Aditya's medical examination is being carried on and he is likely to be questioned by the authorities on 13 March.
Aditya has sung some of the super-hit Bollywood songs like 'Ishqyaun Dhishqyaun' and 'Tattad Tattad'.
With inputs from IANS.
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