Pakistani female racer Salma’s car crushes young motorcyclist to death in Islamabad
03 Nov 2021
Salma Marwat Khan poses for photograph during a race rally in Islamabad. File
Gulf Today Report
A speeding sports car of Pakistani female racer Salma Marwat Khan crushed a young man to death and injured the other in Islamabad, police said on Wednesday.
Both, the deceased and the injured are brothers, said the police.
The accident took place near F-11 Markaz in Islamabad, the police said, adding that the woman racer managed to escape from the scene after hitting the bike riders.
After being informed, the rescue officials rushed to the scene and shifted the body and the injured to the hospital. Hospital sources said that the condition of the injured man was critical.
Salma Marwat Khan poses for photo near famous Faisal Masjid Islamabad. Twitter photo
Meanwhile, the police have registered a case on the behalf of their father and launched investigations.
In his statement to the police, their father, Zahoor Ahmed said, “My sons Bashir Ahmed and Hamza were heading to F-11 Markaz on their motorcycle when a speedy car, being driven by an unknown woman, hit them from the backside and escaped from the scene. Resultantly, Bashir Ahmed died on the spot while Hamza received critical wounds.”
He demanded the authorities to bring the culprit to justice.