ISLAMABAD: A judicial magistrate in Islamabad granted a bond to the driver of a U.S. Embassy vehicle (US) involved in a car accident that killed one person and wounded five others in the capital on Sunday.
The arrested driver, Amjad Zaman, was brought before the judicial magistrate who approved his statement of bail subject to the presentation of a bail worth Rs50,000 after hearing his lawyer’s arguments.
The defense lawyer denied the charges against his client saying that his vehicle did not jump a red light.
According to the police, the US embassy vehicle. UU. He turned on a red light and entered traffic on Faisal Avenue.
Two cars collided head-on, leaving a woman sitting in the other dead car and injuring five other people.
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A FIR was registered with the Margalla police on a complaint from Osama Ikhlaq, the son of the deceased, after the accident.
He told police that his father Mohammad Ikhlaq, his mother Nazia Bibi, his cousin Shakeel Ahmed, his cousin’s wife, Nabeela Bibi, and their two daughters had been in the car and Shakeel Ahmed was driving.
A full-speed Land Cruiser crashed into his car, killing his mother and injuring other members of his family, the author said.