SAMBRIAL - Sialkot District Police Officer Bilal Siddique Kamyana has said that the car, which was carrying official Governors House photographers and camera men, had been impounded and its driver taken into custody. He said a first information report would soon be lodged against the driver, identified as Khizar Hayat. Amjad Khan, a family friend of the deceased, said that Sughran, whose husband Muhammad Ashraf is a property-dealer, was returning home after a wedding at the Four Star Marriage Hall when she was run over by the car. He said the accident was the drivers fault entirely as he was speeding. The rest of the governors cavalcade had left around 10:00 minutes earlier and one car had been left behind he said. Governor Sardar Latif Khosa expressed grief and shock and announced that the family of Sughran Bibi, who was the mother of a Pakistan Peoples Party worker would be given Rs500,000 as compensation. Khosa would soon visit the family of the deceased to extend his condolences and hand them over the compensation amount. Seven booked: The Motra Police booked seven clerics for flouting ban on the use of loudspeakers in mosques except call for prayers across the tehsil here on Sunday. However, no arrests were made. The clerics, who were booked, include Maulana Kuasar Hussain, Maulana Abdul Majeed, Maulana Naveed Ahmad, Maulana Abdul Rehman, Mualavi Mushtaq Ahmed, Mualavi Waseem Ahmad and Maulana Muhammad Aslam. Police have started investigation.