Canadian national of Pakistani origin assaulted in Rawalpindi for protesting rash driving
Rawalpindi: A Canadian national of Pakistan origin was left shocked when he was beaten up by a gang of men when he asked a person to drive carefully in Rawalpindi city of the South Asian country recently.
According to the Sadiqabad police, Dr Ahmed Amin said that he was returning from his uncle’s home in the Wazir Badshah area to his house in Sadiqabad with his mother. An unidentified motorcyclist hit the elderly woman near Aik Minar Wali Masjid, reports The Express Tribune newspaper.
The complainant was quoted as saying by the newspaper: “I asked the biker to be careful, but instead of apologizing, he shouted out and soon around 16 other people came and started beating me with punches, kicks and sticks.”
The victim Dr Ahmed Amin said the attackers even grabbed her mother by her white hair and threw her to the ground when she tried to rescue him.
Police have launched an investigation into the incident.