Looks like Aditya Narayan always manages to grab headlines for the wrong reasons.
The singer was booked in Lokhandwala on Monday after crashing his Mercedes-Benz GL-Class SUV into an auto rickshaw. While not many details are known as of now, we are sure the singer will not be able to come out of this case unscathed.
Udit Narayan's son Aditya Narayan has landed himself in trouble yet again, this time for reckless driving and injuring two people.
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Reportedly, a case has been registered against Aditya Narayan under sections 279 (rash driving), 338 (Causing grievous hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others) of the IPC and relevant sections of the Motor Vehicle Act. "Narayan is also admitted to hospital for minor injuries". Reports also have it that police officials did enquire on the matter at Andheri where locals asserted that the man who was driving got out of the auto to help the victims. One user commented: "U shud have been arrested long back when u threatened the airline staff".
Singer Aditya Narayan has become controversy's favourite child now. The driver of motor auto Mercedes Benz name Aditya Udit Narayan (son of singer Udit Narayan) had taken them (injured woman and driver of rickshaw) to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, 4 Bunglow, Versova, Andheri West for further treatment. Due to the collision, passenger name Surekha Ankush Shivekar, age 32 yrs and the driver of the Auto Rickshaw name Rajkumar Baburao Palekar, age 64 yrs were injured. Aditya's medical examination is being carried on and he is likely to be questioned by the authorities on 13 March. The woman has pressed charges on him and filed a complaint with the Versova Police Station.
The website quoted senior inspector Kiran Kale as saying, "It is a bailable offence".