Sana Iqbal a renowned cross-country rider died in a car crash on Tuesday. Abdul Nadeem, Her husband who was driving the car, also got severely injured in the accident, But somehow he got a treatment in time in a hospital. Sana, who suffered severe injuries in the accident, was also shifted to a nearby hospital but she was declared brought dead
On Wednesday, Sana Iqbal mother alleged that this was a cold-blooded murder. She told that “It was a plan, a cold-blooded murder made to look like an accident. Her husband and his mother are behind it, as they who used to harass her.”
Narsingi Police Station Inspector G V Ramana Goud said, Sana and Abdul Nadeem they both were on the way to there home, Tolichowki area, and at around 3:30 am they collided with a divider on the Outer Ring Road.
The Times of India quoted police officials as suggesting that the car was overspeeding, which leads to the mishap.
In 2015, Hyderabad-based rider Sana Iqbal hit the headlines when she undertook a solo 38,000-kilometre motorcycle expedition on her Royal Enfield Bullet across the country to raise awareness about suicide and depression. And her last Facebook post sheds light on her commitment, which shows the raising awareness about depression.
“On my ride, I studied about the Suicide statistics, I had realized that the ratio of men committing suicide is three times more when compared to women. Majority of the suicides happen due to the reasons stated by Deepika in her #Tedx talk around the same time…
Gender equality cannot be attained by placing women over men. It’s time to take EQUALITY literally,” her post read.
The media quoted that she undertook the ride hoping for an accident to end her life but that the journey changed her thought, it helped her battle depression and suicidal thoughts. After that, she understood the importance of life and changed her focus in campaigning to educate people, particularly students, against committing suicide.
Police said that a case under IPC section 304A (causing death by negligence) and other relevant sections are registered, by her family members.