Another US Diplomat Hits Bikers In Pakistan, Arrested

Another US Diplomat Hits Bikers In Pakistan, Arrested

Another US Diplomat Hits Bikers In Pakistan, Arrested

Police also impounded the vehicle and took the diplomat's cards for verification. The FIR states that the motorcyclists came in front of jeep of a sudden which caused the collision.

Subsequently, authorities shifted both the vehicle and diplomat to the Secretariat Police Station for legal formalities.

Islamabad police on Monday registered a case for reckless driving against a motorcyclist, who was injured the previous night after being hit by a U.S. embassy official's vehicle.

Nazakat has been charged with Section 279 (rash driving or riding on a public way) of the Pakistan Penal Code.

The vehicle was being driven by US Embassy Second Secretary Chad Rex Ausburn.

The area police immediately reached the spot and rushed both the injured to the PIMS Hospital for medical treatment. The Police allowed the United States diplomat to leave after recording his statement.

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SSP-Operations Najeebur Rehman Bugvi had said the diplomat would not be released until the Foreign Office verifies his diplomatic status and immunity. Pakistani officials say the American Embassy's military attaché, Col. Joseph E. Hall, ran through a red light in an upscale Islamabad neighborhood on April 7, crashing into a motorcycle and killing a passenger.

Raja Khalid, deputy attorney general, informed the high court in Islamabad last Tuesday that the US defense attaché could neither be tried nor arrested because the Vienna Conventions guarantee immunity to designated diplomats against criminal jurisdiction.

In the first week of April, another USA diplomat had hit two motorcycle riders near the zoo here.

In July 2010, a USA embassy officer attached to the embassy's Force Protection Department, had hit and killed a young man driving a motorcycle on the 7 Avenue. One was killed and the other was seriously injured.

Hall's name has since been placed on Pakistan's "black list", preventing him from leaving the country pending a court case against him.

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