Bahria Town marketing manager flees court

Aman fled court sessio­n after being denied pre-arrest bail by the court.

Express December 24, 2010

RAWALPINDI: The marketing manager of Bahria Town, Waleed Aman, fled from the premises of a session court in Rawalpindi on Friday.

Aman was summoned to Rawalpindi's session court today. The court cancelled his pre-arrest bail after which he managed to escape from the court. The hearing of the case has now been adjourned till January 3.

The driver of the car Muhammad Majid Khan is still in custody of Rawalpindi Police. However Ali Riaz, son of the owner of Bharia Towan, Malik Riaz has also managed to escape.

At least five people lost their lives when a car rammed into spectators during an unauthorised car race in Bahria Town.

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) sought for the help of security officials of United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the arrest of the real estate tycoon Riaz’s son.


Umayr Masud | 12 years ago | Reply Honestly , this is an overkill. Feels like a vendetta. The "illegal" car race has been happening since a couple of years .. it was advertised this year as well. No one noticed it at that time. And Honestly the arrangements there were pretty rock solid , people were continuously being told to stay in the designated area (which these poor folks werent at) and this was the last race of the day the best of 3 decider. The people who did get killed were unfortunately in their own idea standing at a safe distance near the end behind a 5 ft wide naullah .. The car caught wind and went out of control hitting a light pole and killing 5 people. The case should be against the commissioner and police for letting an "illegal" race happen.
Dr. Ali Ahmed | 12 years ago | Reply wonder why this poor chap as been dragged into it.
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