Karachi Erupts To A Sudden Violence.

Karachi at times shows very unpredictable trended, may it be weather or the city’s law and order situation It can take a sudden change to a better or worst. And certainly it takes no time for the city to snap back to it’s normal flow.

The citizens of Karachi were caught by surprise late last night a similar unpredictable round of riots erupted across the city and the news tickers on different tv channels started reporting vehicles being torched, incidents of firing and a number of fatalities across the city.

The unrest and violence continued even after the morning today with several reports of similar incidents across the city but the  police and Rangers were quickly moved in and put on high alert to keep the city under control. The dawn newspaper covered the these incidents in a news report Here, while some unconfirmed reports of markets being forced to shut down including the DHA’s Badar Commercial Area, early after noon today, Circulate the city. But the situation now seems calm and under control, lets hope it remains this way.

55 Comments so far

  1. بستنی (wasiq) on May 29th, 2009 @ 9:50 pm

    If I had my say a British constitution expert won’t get a single free lunch

    @KD sarkar……sir with all due respect….if my memory serves me right…very recently (only yesterday) somebody offered free bottle of red wine..*%*.which may be much more expensive than a lunch as my ordinary lunch does not cost more than Rs 100/-

    Wait till they find out you are unable able to pay back for these free lunches. The war may then take a different turn :-)

    My Vulnerability only proves my being Unbiased and harmless…..Sir you needs to learn a lot from this humble friend of yours……

    Fashion put it all on me
    Don’t you want to see these clothes on me
    Fashion put it all on me
    I am anyone you want me to be

  2. kabirdas on May 29th, 2009 @ 10:59 pm

    @ Fasee
    "guess u mixed it up…I was saying you had struck a sixer"

    I kmow that. What I meant was that once you know that I also consider religion as opium for the masses you may not think I had hit the sixer.

  3. fasee on May 30th, 2009 @ 1:44 am

    @ KD,

    Sir, a sixer is a sixer, no matter it was shot while oogling at the cricket ball, or at those hugling balls in the audiences ;)

    Some time actions counts more than there background intentions

    Besides apnay ustaad ne sikkhaya hai.

    Not every good deed is done with good intentions and not every bad deed was done with bad intentions.

  4. بستنی (wasiq) on May 30th, 2009 @ 10:55 am

    Then u must have loved ,and tried, kuppi,mawa, meenpuri and trusty ol gutka is it…??

    @KD sarkar…..sir with all these hints can you not guess that our dear sir fasee lives in punjab colony or balouch colony near a truck stand….you can’t find all those things in one place anywhere else in karachi….

  5. fasee on May 30th, 2009 @ 1:25 pm

    @ wasiq

    And what surprised me is….how does he know…dats not generl knowledge na..kaheen aap bhi tu..??

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