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Timely police action saves life of Pak Embassy official

New Delhi: A Pakistani official who met an accident at South Campus has highly appreciated Delhi police for their timely action, which save his life on Friday.
Pakistan High Commission Protocol officer Mohammad Anwar met the accident after his car incidentally smashed onto a Haryana roadways bus on Thursday around 3 pm.
Soon after the incident, a team of Delhi police rushed to the spot and take him out from the driver seat of the badly damaged WagonR.
"I deeply thank the Delhi Police officers who saved my life and took me out of the car along with two civilians. It was their efforts which helped me to timely reach hospital and undergo treatment," said Anwar, who is still under Intensive Care unit for treatment.
With the impact of the collision Anwar, who was returning from the airport, got some internal injuries.
"His tongue got between his teeth which made him unable to speak for some time." said a police officer.
After timely intervention by Delhi police the Pakistan High Commission has also issued a letter of appreciation for the Delhi police for taking swift action after the accident and saving the Pakistan's Protocol officer's life.
"We have registered a case under Sections 279 and 337 of IPC against the driver of the bus," said a senior police officer.
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