ISLAMABAD - Scores of Quaid-i-Azam University students Saturday night blocked the main Radio Pakistan Chowk at the citys highly sensitive Constitutional Avenue as a protest against the Secretariat Police for freeing a car driver who hit a university student leaving him dead. A protesting student informed this scribe that Secretariat Police freed an Alto car driver some minutes after he hit a university student on its premises after a person boarding a Pakistan Navy vehicle visited the police station. The person accompanying the car driver in his official vehicle moved out of the police station, as the police gave safe passage to it, the student said, adding that he observed the whole scene while standing outside the police station. Some university students had handed over the driver along with his vehicle to the police after the incident, as they had hurriedly reached the accident spot. According to the Secretariat Police, Zaheer Ahmed, a third semester student of Mathematics Department, was having a stroll on university premises near Pakistan Studies Department, when a speedy car hit him from the backside. The student was rushed to the hospital where the doctors pronounced him dead. The protesting students demanded of the local administration the suspension of the whole staff of the Secretariat Police Station as well as the registration of case against the driver along with the person who got him freed from the police custody. They expressed their firm resolve to continue their protest until their demand was accepted. The universitys vice chancellor and the registrar, who visited the police station amid the students protest, were busy in negotiations with the police till the filing of this story. The police high-ups were also present in the Secretariat Police Station. Duty Moharrar of the police station at about 11:30 pm informed this reporter that no FIR had been registered against the accused yet, adding that the proceedings of the daily diary (Roznamcha) had been suspended until further orders. He further said that police had made no arrest in this regard.