Following the incident, local villagers gathered at the spot, set the vehicle on fire and held a rasta roko at the accident spot.
Pune: Two schoolgirls were killed and another was injured when they were run over by a speeding SUV belonging to a Shiv Sena leader's relative in Maharashtra's Baramati on Thursday morning. All the five suspects had fled the spot after the accident.
Three friends of the Sena leader, who were inside the vehicle at the time of the accident, were arrested, a police officer said. Two of them, aged 12 and 13, died on the spot after being hit by the vehicle.
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A group of angry local people set the SUV on fire and blocked the road to press for action against the Sena leader.
The incident took place at around 7.30 am when the girls were walking on the side of the road to go to school in Kare Wagaj village on Baramati-Morgaon road in Baramati tehsil, around 115 kilometers from Pune.
The arrested trio are identified as Akash Jagtap, Hrishikesh Chavadhar, and Prithviraj Chavan, all residents of Baramati. However, police have refused to divulge whether Mane himself was driving the auto or travelling in it, saying that the probe was on.
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According to eyewitnesses of the incident people sitting in the vehicle escaped the accident site leaving the auto. "At this point, we will not be able to reveal who among the five was driving the vehicle, as it is an ongoing probe", said Sub-Divisional Police Officer, Baramati, Bapu Bangar.
Police sources said they were taking precautions in the case because of the sensitive situation in the area.
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