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Barely 24 Hours In Custody, BMW Hit And Run Prime Accused Secures Bail

| Updated: March 7, 2023 17:27

Image grabs from a hidden cam show Satyam Sharma, prime accused in the BMW hit and run case being given special treatment by the Sola Police. The viral clips, show the 21-year-old, seated on a sofa in a relaxed manner while the bail formalities were underway at the police station, Monday evening. 

A resident of Sahajanand Palace in Thaltej, Satyam stands charged with ramming into a couple walking on the Sola-Ahmedabad railway overbridge on the night of March 1. He was finally traced to a dhaba in Dungarpur, Rajasthan, late Saturday night. Barely 24 hours into custody, and his bail was being processed. 

On a regular basis, the accused is made to sit on the floor or allowed to stand while in police custody. But Satyam was seen resting on the sofa, his face showing no signs of remorse or guilt.

He was also seen moving up and down the staircase of the police station as if he was not an accused but some privileged person.

Sola Police has registered a case under sections of the Prohibition Act against Satyam Sharma as a bottle of liquor was found from the BMW which he had abandoned after hitting the couple at a high speed. The couple sustained fractures, but Satyam fled the spot.

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