Hyderabad based cross-country biker Sana Iqbal dies in a car accident in the early hours of Tuesday. Narsingi SI Sudheer Kumar supposed, “The incident took place in the wee hours yesterday at 4 am. The accident took place on the road amid Kali Mandir and Langer Houz. Her husband Nadeem, who was driving the Fiat Punto slammed into an electric pole. It is not clarified yet that if the accident was owing to over speeding, as there were no eyewitness. Sana Iqbal died on the spot, whereas her husband had two broken ribs.”
He also added “The patrol vehicle observe the car afterwards and called the ambulance furthermore shifted her husband to the nearby hospital. A case under section 304 A, i.e. causing death by negligence in addition to 337, i.e. causing hurt by act endangering life has been recorded. The dead body has been departed to Osmania General Hospital for an autopsy.”
30-year-old Sana Iqbal was recognised among the rider community. She had carried out numerous rides crosswise the country, for reasons that she assumed in. In November 2015, Sana Iqbal positioned off on a solo trip on her Royal Enfield Bullet Electra that distance 38,000 km crosswise India. She was on an ‘anti-suicide’ task, following her own depression battle.
Sana Iqbal was well-known all along with her riding, for her inspirational speeches. Her fan supports prolonged crosswise India, and also across the world. Her personal slogan that she forever advocated was, “Suicide is NOT the way out.”
Sana Iqbal had supposed that she had been riding bikes from the time when she was in Class 7. Even ahead of her death, one of the very last messages placed by Sana on her Facebook page was, “though I was on my ride and studying in relation to suicide statistics, I had recognised that the ratio of men entrusting suicide is three times more in comparison to women. Gender parity cannot be achieved by placing women more than men. It’s time to acquire equality factually.” numerous citizens took to social media to convey their sorrow.