Police arrests accused driver
Barzulla Hit –and- Run follow-up
GK CITY CORRESPONDENT
Srinagar, Apr 25: The police has arrested the accused driver who crushed to death a woman and injured two kids at Chinar Colony in the south City suburb Saturday evening.
The accused was identified as Cyber Bujja son of Muhammad Shafi Bujja.
“We arrested the driver yesterday evening at around 10:30. He is in the lockup,” the City police chief Javed Reyaz Beedar told Greater Kashmir.
Beedar said the driver had the “impression that nobody had identified him while committing the mishap.”
“But in fact many had seen him.”
The SSP, however said, the Honda City the accused was driving that time was yet to be seized.
“Though we have seized a vehicle but it’s doubtful and we have asked him to get the original vehicle-Honda City,” the SSP added.
Saturday evening the speeding sedan hit Khati Begum wife of Ghulam Rasool Sheikh of Mandir Bagh, Baghat Barzalla and her two grandchildren around 7 pm near Parraypopra, Baghat.
They were rushed to SMHS hospital where the doctors declared Khati Begum brought dead. The children, of the age of three to four, were hospitalised in critical condition “The vehicle, coming from Hyderpora side, was moving on a very high speed,” eyewitness had said.
Khati along with her grandchildren were crossing the road when the vehicle hit them.
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