Caught in the Act…

I don’t know who took these photographs as I received this in an email. However, the pictures speak for themselves, ’nuff said.

Caught in the Act...
Is this how we treat others’ hard earned money? Edit: I’m still dubious about the intentions though.
Ref: Link

Burning Bus
What kind of a message are we trying to send here?

24 Comments so far

  1. Adnan Siddiqi (adnansiddiqi) on April 11th, 2008 @ 10:56 am

    What kind of a message are we trying to send here?

    Jo Quaid Ka Ghaddar hay wo Mout ka Haqdaar hay..

    Very simple message in plain text rather encrypted one.

  2. karachite on April 11th, 2008 @ 11:21 am

    O bhai come on yaar
    these guys are not terroist they were breaking the glass to move the car
    on a safer location. try to get the hold of yesterdays express news and you will know.
    some times thins are not what the look like, stop making judgement on own

  3. MB (kar_munib) on April 11th, 2008 @ 11:24 am

    Cannot say much but i am confident he may be a sector in-charge or his men from Saddar and MA Jinnah or city court area.

    MQM was accusing LAWYERS but with passage of time, just like on all previous occasions it will be proved 90% of the evil is ONCE AGAIN done by MQM brothers.

    Meanwhile GEO TV showed a short documentary on a lawyer being burnt by MQM with his family members appearing. I am damn sure they have taken the name of MQM but GEO being a rat cut it out from final version.

  4. MB (kar_munib) on April 11th, 2008 @ 11:27 am

    hamari awam itni shareef hogai hai ki bullets or fire ke beech apni jaan chor ker dusrin ki gadiun ko safe karay……..

    waah ……ustaad waad!! i like the twist

    But setting aside all comments agar es ne waqai mai aisa kia hai toh es ko toh officially MEDAL dena chaiye for being a CIVIL hero in such a situation

  5. karachite on April 11th, 2008 @ 11:30 am

    sorry for the typos
    terroist = terrorist
    judgement = judgments
    what the = what they

  6. karachite on April 11th, 2008 @ 11:32 am

    dude i am not making up the stuff
    if you are able to read then try yesterday’s express news

  7. karachite on April 11th, 2008 @ 11:36 am
  8. barristerakc on April 11th, 2008 @ 12:12 pm

    rofl, wrong pictures – these boys actually were ‘car savers’ ; they took the car to the safer place (express – day before yesterday)…

    I think it’s ‘right’ for people of karachi to burn buses,mini buses and inflict max. damage to the tribal pakhtoons of karachi – while, Nazim should try to nationalize transport in Karachi/Hyderabad.

  9. HITMAN (hitman) on April 11th, 2008 @ 12:22 pm

    Well yes, that was just a volunteer trying to do his job. Anyway, please read & feel this article from Javed Chaudry:

  10. Nadir (nadir) on April 11th, 2008 @ 12:26 pm

    Take a peak at this…
    Scared Terror

    I really appreciate the one who took the picture…

  11. barristerakc on April 11th, 2008 @ 12:26 pm

    MB (kar_munib) , shoo please, shoo…

  12. MB (kar_munib) on April 11th, 2008 @ 1:01 pm

    why ?

  13. MB (kar_munib) on April 11th, 2008 @ 1:07 pm

    Did you read second comment last part?

  14. seskey on April 11th, 2008 @ 3:10 pm

    i wonder how many know the meaning of "bughz-ay-Maveya" TeethMastero & MB are having that BUGHZ with karachi am sure their roots are somewhere away from karachi and they "migrate back to MULK" when needed inka na deen na eman na watan na wafadari

  15. calyps on April 11th, 2008 @ 3:19 pm

    we need to hunt / track these two people and bring them in front of media ..

  16. Nadir (nadir) on April 11th, 2008 @ 3:41 pm

    WoaW Mr calyps Detective, sounds like quite and adventure… Lets all go hunting criminals…

  17. bashar on April 11th, 2008 @ 4:18 pm

    this is all done by MQM they are causing all this to happen

  18. billybee on April 11th, 2008 @ 5:06 pm

    Yeah, they might be moving the car to a safer location where it can easily be set ablaze. Perhaps they wanted the road to be clear or something. Good and responsible citizens. If any of you are worried abotu a parking space anywhere in town, just leave your car anywhere and leave the window open so that they dont break it before parking it in a safer place!
    Moving on, these people get paid for doing the things that they do and there is nobody to question them. It’s just sad and disgusting if you ask me. Political parties tend to create chaos using their mindless jobless and heartless freaks not realizing that someday, things will go wrong for them too.
    The picture speaks for itself and justifying it is stupid as hell.
    Anybody who is happy to see this should probably see a phsycaterist!

  19. Kashif Aziz (kashaziz) on April 12th, 2008 @ 12:37 am

    Looks can be deceptive and one should check out source before posting anything, especially on forums like KMB. I guess author of this post should at least post a correction about the picture.

    Somebody pointed to Javed Chaudhry’s article, here are my comments on it.

  20. kabirdas on April 12th, 2008 @ 3:23 am

    Ref: Is this how we treat others’ hard earned money?
    What a stupid question. Can’t you see how the others hard money is being treated.

    Ref: What kind of a message are we trying to send here?

    Now this is a valid question answer to which is loud and clear. The answer if you are not able to guess is simply: Go Musharraf Go.

    Ref: Adnan Siddiqi (adnansiddiqi) April 11th, 2008 10:56 am
    ‘Jo Quaid Ka Ghaddar hay wo Mout ka Haqdaar hay..’

    Do you mean Musharraf ?

    Ref: bashar April 11th, 2008 4:18 pm
    ‘this is all done by MQM they are causing all this to happen’

    May be or may be not MQM is doing it. However, Musharraf for sure is causing it to happen

  21. billybee on April 12th, 2008 @ 9:48 am

    It’s just too easy to blame people eh? I guess that that’s what you do when you cant think out of the box!
    Nobody is completely pure, not Musharaf not MQM, not me and not you. You just cant put yourselves in their shoes. Once you’re there you’ll know what it’s like.
    Whoever caused it will deifnetely pay for it…here or there…doesnt matter….question is….’Will this continue?’….and/or….’Where are we headed?’

  22. d0ct0r (d0ctor) on April 13th, 2008 @ 12:57 am

    Pre-planned terror

    Witnesses to Wednesday’s torching of Tahir Plaza termed it a “well-planned and coordinated attack.”

    An eyewitness told Dawn that following the clash at the City Courts, about a hundred young men on motorcycles arrived at Tahir Plaza and first ransacked an eatery located on the ground floor. “About half of them entered the building and started beating the caretaker,” he said. “As they entered, some of the people who sensed danger in the air ran out of the building despite being roughed up by the attackers.”

    The witness said that the young men went first to the third floor office, room 309, of Naeem Qureshi. “They were carrying China-made padlocks and sacks of what appeared to be a highly-inflammable powder,” he said, a conclusion confirmed by the chief fire officer who said that such a powder had been used in most of the incidents of arson that took place on Wednesday.

    “They would first padlock the doors to each office and then break the glass panes with the butts of their pistols and throw in the powder,” said the witness. “After that, a burning match tossed into the room was enough to ignite a full-blown fire.”

    The witness told Dawn that in this way, the youths set fire to rooms 309, and 308 which belonged to advocate Tasuvar Hussain, rooms 116 and 117 which belonged to advocate Ali Qureshi as well as rooms 105 and 109 on the first floor.

    They repeated the same procedure on the sixth floor, first locking the grille with a china lock and then throwing in the inflammable powder followed by a light. But advocate Aftab Abbasi and five of his clients were trapped in room 616; they were burnt alive by the arsonists’ actions.

    Witnesses said that after the building had been thoroughly gutted, the arsonists made good their escape while resorting firing into the air, forcing everyone in the vicinity to dive for cover.

    MQM’s Grand Terrorist Altaf bai’s terrorist brigade over the years have become expert is arson and burning others properties ( setting on fire PIDC building not once but twice / Baber Ghauri office / Land Department Board of Revenue office, Tahir Plaza, Malir bar, Jehangi Kothari Building and Taj Paper Market and flat of Karachi Bar’s secretary general Naeem Qureshi )

  23. d0ct0r (d0ctor) on April 13th, 2008 @ 1:10 am

    Atorney General Malik Qayum on orders of dictator in chief Musharraf recently met grand terrorist Altaf bai in London,all this mess was planned at president house and executed by governor house in lahore (sher afghan episode) and governor house aka MQM’s HQ ninezero in karachi(9 April burning alive 7 people near city court), although no one got killed in Afghan incident in lahore,here in karachi as usual MQM’s terrorist aid committee adopted their normal tactic of killing innocent karachiites(7 burnt to death-3 shot dead) and burning down their (53+)cars and properties(the incidents of looting and setting on fire of Tahir Plaza, Malir bar, Jehangi Kothari Building and Taj Paper Market and flat of Karachi Bar’s secretary general Naeem Qureshi).

    Burning down innocent unarmed people after locking up their escape route is far more tragic,barbaric and inhumane then past massacres committed by MQM, PPP is very much aware that MQM is in no mood of abandoning its usual brutal terror politics so they’ve started making changes in police setup and if MQM and its terrorist really pushed PPP against the wall then PPP might start cleaning up the filth

  24. d0ct0r (d0ctor) on April 13th, 2008 @ 1:32 pm

    *if MQM’s terrorist really pushed PPP against the wall then PPP might start cleaning up the filth

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