ISLAMABAD The Supreme Court on Monday expressed dissatisfaction over the Punjab Police for assigning inquiry of car race incident in which five people were killed, to a junior officer and directed the RPO Rawalpindi to arrest all the accused involved in car race and submit report today (Tuesday). A three-member bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, and comprising Justice Ghulam Rabbani and Justice Khalil-ur-Rehman Ramday was hearing a suo moto case. A car race competition held on December 5, 2010 to promote motor sports in the country. During the car race, one car lost control and crashed into the spectators after hitting the safety railing and smashing into a footpath. The car was running at a speed of 160 kilometres per hour. Five persons, including 11-years-old boy Asfand Yar, were killed. The bench observed the incident is kind of murder, therefore, the police should initiate a case against the accused under Section 302 of PPC. During the hearing, Inspector General Punjab Police, Reginald Police Officer Rawalpindi, DCO Rawalpindi and CPO Rawalpindi appeared before the court. DCO Rawalpindi Imdadullah Bosal informed the bench that he had rejected the application of organiser for allowing car race event in Bahria Town Rawalpindi due to security reasons. The court expressed its annoyance over the police for not stopping the organisers from holding the car race, as the DCO did not permit them organising car race in Rawalpindi. The court observed that without the blessing of police, it was impossible to hold this event. On the query of the court, police informed that FIA has already registered a case against four accused namely, Ali Riaz, Majid Naeem, Sheikh Tahir and Sheikh Atif. This is an organised murder, why did the Punjab police not arrest the Chief Executive of Bahria Town, the CJP observed. The court also expressed displeasure on the RPO and CPO Rawalpindi for not taking interest in this case and appointing a low-rank officer for the investigation of this case. Objective of creating so many officer posts in police department is to expedite the investigation but you police officers are still reluctant to take interest in the cases, Justice Ramday said in his remarks. The court directed the RPO Punjab to arrest all the accused till Tuesday (today). It is worth mentioning that 11-year old child named Asfand Yar, who also died along with his father in the incident, had written an essay in his English paper on the subject The Accident just two days before his death. The said essay becomes the real story of his death as he died while watching a drag race along with his family. The matter has also been reported in sections of print media. Agencies adds: Ali Riaz, the main accused of Rawalpindi car race incident, fled abroad with help of his father Malik Riaz, a top real estate tycoon of the country, reported a private TV channel Monday. Ali Riaz left the country to avoid his arrest on the Supreme Courts orders, sources said. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court expressed displeasure over lenient approach of the Punjab Police in arresting the accused drag car race organisers in Rawalpindi. Imdad Ullah Bosal, DCO Rawalpindi, apprised the bench that he had refused to grant permission to the organisers. The PTCL was also among them when Atif Sheikh applied for an NOC, he added. Similarly, the DIG Special Branch had also denied permission of the race. However, it was CCPO Rawalpindi Fakhar Sultan, who issued security plan for the event. The management of the housing scheme had issued a provisional approval for the race, the bench was told.