ISLAMABAD – The police chief of Islamabad has confirmed that the arrest and trial of US diplomat Col Joseph Emanuel Corridor, who ran over a biker, was not potential as he loved diplomatic immunity.
Talking to a personal tv channel, Inspector Normal (IG) Islamabad, Sultan Azam Temuri stated that the American army attaché’s case could be heard by the American judiciary.
The official detailed challan was submitted in courtroom on the prison case in opposition to the US diplomat and family members of the deceased would seem earlier than the courtroom.
“In case an settlement shouldn’t be reached with the sufferer household, a letter will likely be written to the overseas ministry to summon Col Joseph,” he stated.
The US army attaché was initially barred from leaving the nation as his identify was placed on the blacklist, nevertheless, he was allowed to go away the nation on Monday.
On April 7, US Defence and Air Attaché Col Joseph Emanuel Corridor ran a purple gentle at Daman-i-Koh Chowk and hit a motorbike. Consequently, two riders of the bike suffered accidents and considered one of them, 22-year-old Ateeq Baig, succumbed to his accidents.
Col Corridor had escaped arrest due to diplomatic immunity however a primary data report (FIR) relating to the incident was registered with Kohsar Police Station.
On April 24, the inside ministry had knowledgeable the Islamabad Excessive Courtroom that with a view to prohibit the motion of Col Corridor, his identify had been positioned on the blacklist of the Directorate of immigration.
The Islamabad Excessive Courtroom had additionally dominated that Col Joseph didn’t get pleasure from full immunity. It had additionally directed the inside ministry to determine the extent of immunity, the officer loved, inside a interval of two weeks.
Earlier on Saturday, a United Airforce C130 aeroplane had returned from the Nur Khan Airbase in Rawalpindi with out the diplomat because the Inside Ministry refused to difficulty him a No Objection Certificates (NOC).
Nevertheless, the official in query flew off to the USA on Monday.