Singer Aditya Narayan rams car into auto; detained

Bollywood singer Aditya Narayan arrested after his Mercedes-Benz GL-Class SUV hits autorickshaw

TV host Aditya Narayan arrested for rash driving

Playback singer Udit Narayan's son Aditya landed in a fresh trouble on Monday after he was arrested in a case of road accident.

As per Aditya's version of events, he was driving to work in his Mercedes Benz, when he collided with an auto as it was taking a U-turn opposite Indralok building at Lokhandwala Back Road. The autorickshaw driver sustained head injuries and is being treated at a local hospital while the passenger sustained several injuries.

According to the IANS report, Aditya left his home around 12:30 p.m to go to Andheri in his Mercedes Benz vehicle when he saw an auto-rickshaw approaching at high speed from the opposite direction near Lokhandwala Circle.

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Singer Aditya Narayan who was booked for rash driving on Monday afternoon was later released on bail with a fine of Rs 10,000. When the Versova police got there, they realised it was Aditya Narayan who had collided into the victims. While Palekar is unconscious and is supposed to have suffered serious wounds, Surekha is out of danger but has apparently fractured her hand in the accident. "Medical of Aditya is underway and we are doing our investigations in this matter".

Salman Khan is shocked and saddened and said how come someone be so irresponsible... "I can not tell you more". "Whether the injuries are life-threatening or not, I will not comment on that as the doctors are treating them", added the officer. I have chose to bear the full medical expenses of the injured victims, including the widow Shivekar, who is likely to be discharged today. "The autorickshaw driver's treatment is likely to continue".

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