Who Was Abdul Hadi, Lahore University Student Killed In Accident?

Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) student Abdul Hadi was killed following a tragic accident on Saturday, Dawn reported. His brother Abdullah Khan was severely wounded. Their death has sparked online outrage in Pakistan after it was revealed that the suspect was an underage driver who was speeding. According to the Dawn report, the accident occered in Lahore's DHA.
Abdul Hadi, Lahore University Student Killed Accident

Abdul Hadi, Lahore University Student Killed In Accident

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Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) student Abdul Hadi was killed following a tragic accident on Saturday, Dawn reported. His brother Abdullah Khan was severely wounded. Their death has sparked online outrage in Pakistan after it was revealed that the suspect was an underage driver who was speeding.
According to the Dawn report, the accident occered in Lahore's DHA. A speeding car collided with Abdul Hadi's motorcycle. The media outlet added that the suspect is 17 years old and is currently on pre-arrest bail until June 14. He will then appear in court. The driver reportedly fled the scene, abandoning his vehicle, after the collision.
The Pakistani media outlet further confirmed that an FIR has been lodged at the Defence C police station. It says that Hadi was 22 years old and his brother is 30. They were en route to Defence Raya from DHA Phase 7 when their motorcycle was hit by a Toyota Altis.
The report further added that the motorcycle was completely destroyed. Abdul Hadi succumbed to his injuries at the hospital.
The incident has sparked outrage on social media. "An #underage_driver who was over speeding on phase 7 hit 2 brothers on bike and ran away, Abdul Hadi who was a final year student at #LUMS passed away because of this accident, we demand a quick action against the underaged driver and his father," one person on X, platform formerly known as Twitter, said.
"My heart is absolutely crushed. Abdul Hadi was a student of mine. He was a genuinely sweet, good kid," another one, claiming to be Hadi's teacher, added.
The legal driving age in Pakistan is 18. Singer Maria Unera urged people to stop allowing underage children to drive unsupervised.
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