We will never learn or will we??

Who stole goods from Melody market during curfew?

Traders, especially those selling soft drinks, said they had left deep freezers in front of their shops, full of soft drinks, ice cream and bottled water, but all these items disappeared during the siege of the area. The shopkeepers also protested on Friday night and alleged that police were involved in the disappearance of goods from their shops. The shopkeepers have displayed banners in front of their shops, asking the ‘culprits’ to deposit the money for the items they had stolen.

and the recent curfew caused loss of 55M Rs in Aabpara, Melody markets.

who should blame who now? Culprits en actuale will remain missing & Unidentified.

9 Comments so far

  1. binary-zero (unregistered) on July 16th, 2007 @ 7:48 pm

    lol , atleast the culprits have to show they are “Pakistani” – why missing the best chance to steel the things.


  2. Sameer (unregistered) on July 16th, 2007 @ 9:25 pm

    I think crime happens in every country and everywhere but whenever we do commit any thing, crime hamare nationality discuss honay lagti hai i think we should change our attitude


  3. d0ct0r (unregistered) on July 16th, 2007 @ 9:45 pm

    during curfew all of this happened.. meaning army was sleeping or just occupied around LAL masjid while thugs roamed around with impunity


  4. d0ct0r (unregistered) on July 16th, 2007 @ 10:52 pm

    “They said the Lal Masjid crisis spoke volumes of the government’s failure to maintain law and order in Sector G6, which they said prevented customers from visiting Aabpara and Melody Markets for ten days.”

    army was busy enforcing writ of government on LAL masjid… to enforce writ of govt in Aabpara and Melody Markets they’d need to launch another army operation on those markets…


  5. Sajid (unregistered) on July 17th, 2007 @ 1:08 am

    Cmon, what are these traders complaining for?
    They left the things unlocked and someone took it.
    Thats not a news.


  6. ali (unregistered) on July 17th, 2007 @ 5:34 am

    its the shopkeepers fault n anyway they rip he normal man off so they shouldnt create 2 much fuss


  7. wk (unregistered) on July 17th, 2007 @ 4:21 pm

    Who did God Knows,

    But lets think positive, these all shopkeepers have lost big money during the cerfew because of no business.

    Now I think Govt. Should pay some $$ to them.

    PEACE


  8. Max (unregistered) on July 17th, 2007 @ 4:58 pm

    Yeh raaz ab koi raaz nahi
    Sab ahl-e-chaman jantay hain
    Har shakh pay ulooo betha hey
    Ab hal-e-gulistan kya hoo ga

    Interestingly this is the only country where jails are for innocents or chotay choors; baray chooron k liye law enforcement agencies, bureaucracy and parliament hain… Allah hi reham keray (Amin)


  9. NASIR (unregistered) on August 5th, 2007 @ 12:06 am

    LAST YEAR SOME CONTAINERS WERE STRANDED ON ENGLISH SHORES. MEDIA WAS SHOWING ORDINARY ENGLISH PEOPLE, RAMPAGING THE CONTAINERS FOR EVERY THING THEY COULD, AND DOING IT LIKE IT WAS A PICNIC.

    AND IN THE EIGHTIES,FRANCE HAD A POWER SHUTDOWN THAT LASTED FOR 48 HOURS. ALMOST EVERY SHOP IN PARIS WAS LOOTED.

    MORAL OF THE STORY: CIVILIZATION IS SKIN DEEP.



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