Ajinkya's father has been booked for rash driving and for causing death by negligence.
Ajinkya Rahane's father, Madhukar, was involved in a auto accident near Kolhapur.
Driving in a Hyundai i20 on National Highway No 4, Madhukar lost control of the vehicle in the Kagal area and accidentally hit a woman named Ashatai Kamble. The police are now interrogating him. The auto, in which he was travelling, hit a woman, who has reportedly died.
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As per reports, the cricketer's family was heading towards Tarkarli, Konkan, through the Pune-Bengaluru highway when the accident took place. Ajinkya's father and family were travelling when they were involved in the accident. As per onlookers, the auto was speeding and the driver lost control of the vehicle, which ended up ramming into the woman.
As a result, a case was registered against his father, and was later arrested under Indian Penal code (IPC) sections 304 A, 289, 337 and 338. People immediately gathered around the accident spot.
"The deceased was apparently standing in the middle of the road when Mr. Rahane, unable to swerve the vehicle on time, rammed her", said a police officer.
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Rahane was summoned to the Police Station on Friday where is cooperated with the Police in the investigation.
Ajinkya Rahane meanwhile is with Team India for the ongoing limited-overs series against Sri Lanka. The last match of the series will be played on Sunday in Visakhapatnam.
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