Road Block, An ITP Presentation

And now for the pleasure of the travelers, the Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) presents blockage of yet another piece of another road of Islamabad. Painted concrete blocks have been used for visual pleasure. The blockage spreads over a little area that starts in front of the Capital Development authority building till the end of the ISI building. The blockage makes sure that while one is on Shahrah-e-Suharwardy and headed towards Abpara, one has to take many U V W turns and detour towards the destination via either Kashmir Highway or several smaller roads on the other side. The other side of the double road (Shahrah-e-Suharwardy), from Abpara to Zero Point has generously been left un-blocked. This is a limited time offer and may be discontinued anytime ITP personnel please. So do not waste time and avail the opportunity to travel on this currently un-blocked side of the road.

Everybody is welcome to come to this area for the first time and get stuck there, only to be redirected by the ITP representatives to some other road. Regular travelers are welcome to pass by that blockage and look at that route with a heavy heart full of hope for the restoration of that path.

Stay tuned for more “attractions”!

3 Comments so far

  1. sufiblade on April 24th, 2009 @ 12:41 pm

    exciting!


  2. A for [pine]Apple (asmamirza) on April 24th, 2009 @ 12:47 pm

    good good *_*


  3. majad (isl_majad) on April 28th, 2009 @ 11:20 am

    ever wonder what the concrete is protecting ? what are we hiding in those secretive buildings? well one confirmed source who works inside the FIA building at the bottom of G9 told me that these objects of beauty are there to protect our US "guests" who are spying on our spys to make sure they are spying on the right people. We are turning into Iraq people – look what these guys did over there. We need to pressure our Govt to get these people out of our country – then we can lose the concrete too.



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