LAHORE Nisar Ahmed of Pakistan won bronze medal in 170 km road race in 11th South Asian Games in Bangladesh. Pakistan squash players also won gold and silver medals in singles event. The results as under: Janaka Hemanth Gonagalage, Sri Lanka :48:34; Rajender Bishnoi, India 4:48:34; Nisar Ahmed, Pakistan, 4:48:34. Earlier, Pakistan won gold and silver medals in the singles event of squash to take the gold medals tally to six in the South Asian Games on Tuesday. The mens singles final in squash was played between Pakistans Aamir Atlas Khan and Farhan Mehboob in which Aamir defeated his cousin Farhan in three straight sets 12-10, 11-7 and 11-7 to win the gold medal. In weightlifting, Pakistans Usman Rathore won the gold medal in 94kg category of weightlifting while Khurram Shehzad, also from Pakistan, secured gold for the country in -85kg. In kabaddi, Pakistan thrashed Bangladesh 17-11 while Zahid Iqbal won gold for the country in judo. In all, Pakistans tally of medals reached 16 - six gold, eight silver and two bronze while India are still going ahead of all the participating countries with 17 medals in the Games. The fourth group, consisting of 56 players of Pakistan contingent left here for Dhaka, Bangladesh to take part in the South Asian Games.