Parents of two young brothers killed in crash tell of their 'constant pain'
The parents of two young brothers killed in a Birmingham New Road crash today spoke of their "constant pain" after a jury returned verdicts on the case.
Parents Arathi Nehar and Jaswinder Singh thanked West Midlands Police for investigating the deaths of their sons Sanjay, aged 10, and Pawanveer, aged 23 months.
They said the boys were taken from them "in a blink of an eye" on the day their "lives and our home died too".
The statement read: "We will never see them grow up into teenagers and then later as adults. We have been robbed of that. Our boys were taken away in a blink of an eye on the 14th March 2019. The day that our lives and our home died too."
Audi driver Mohammed Sullaiman Khan admitted causing the deaths and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice after the crash and this afternoon a jury convicted Mohammed Asim Khan for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
Mohammed Adil Khan and Rashane Henry were also cleared on a charge of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
The family added: "As a family we would firstly like to say a big thank you to West Midlands Police Serious Collision Investigation Unit for investigating Sanjay and Pawanveer’s case.
"Sanjay attended Cotwall End Primary School, Sedgley where they have made a sunshine garden. This garden has provided a safe secure place where our family and friends can visit. It’s there where we feel at peace after the sad loss of both of our sons.