“It seems to me that it needs to be made clear that someone hiring a vehicle and driving dangerously, whatever the consequences, will face the full weight of the law.” Prosecutor Hanifa Patel said that, having been to mosque and then for a milkshake, Adam and his father had become separated minutes before the crash happened at around 10.55pm.And the youngster was walking to his father when he was struck in the middle of the road.Ms Patel said Adam had already let two other vehicles pass, before being hit by the car Dayaji had hired earlier that day to attend a family wedding.Mr Limbada had cried out ‘Adam stop’ moments before his son was struck, the prosecutor said.The teenager, who had a nut allergy, fell ill after eating an Indian meal from Royal Spice in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire.She was taken to the Royal Blackburn Hospital but died two days later, on New Year's Day.
In an emotional victim impact statement read out in court by Adam’s uncle, the judge heard how the family had been left devastated by his sudden death. The pain is unbearable and we wouldn’t wish it on anyone.
She had eaten food from the Royal Spice Indian takeaway in Hyndburn.
A post-mortem examination showed she died from acute asthma due to nut allergy.
Defending Kasim Ali, Ben Morris said: 'I'm not too sure what honour-based means.
If this was a young man from Liverpool, not of the Muslim faith, who didn't approve, he may well take steps to stop his sister from heading down a particular road.