MA Jinnah Road, the day after


11 Comments so far

  1. alisubhani on December 31st, 2009 @ 12:59 pm

    *Confused* Could not digest….. if I can see this then why do I need to upgrade my flash player ;)

    Anyways nice sharing specially for those who could not visit the spot yet

  2. mqpasta on December 31st, 2009 @ 2:25 pm

    Regardless cash, stock and property … they lost all credit record… dam! extreme damage.. one can understand who runs a business!

  3. Kashif Awan (unregistered) on December 31st, 2009 @ 5:27 pm

    Dear Qasim.

    You said extreme damage. Yes absolutely, it was a extreme damage, they lost cash, property, and then credit record.

    But inshallah, they have the chance to build it again.

    But my dear friend, i see no comments from you, for those who lost lives. Can lives be returned.

    I personally know 1 family, who lost a father and 2 son, they lost their world.

    Tell me can it be recoverable.

    Dont think it as a sunni or shia, which is our main problem. Please try to think it as a human being.

    There are two big bags of hands, legs, and body parts due to the blast..

    Dont you think that they are costly too?

    Please at least, for the sake of humanity, respect being human.

  4. raza (unregistered) on December 31st, 2009 @ 6:39 pm

    @kashif awan well said, completely agreed!

  5. Anti-hatred (unregistered) on December 31st, 2009 @ 7:31 pm

    @ kashifawan. Thanks, your comments are heartfelt and resonate. One more thing I would like to say: let’s stop this hate filled thinking of Muslim, non-muslim, shia, sunni etc – it is only leading us to hell. We are all humans created by Allah. Let’s spread the message of love and brotherhood to counter the hell of hate and murder.

  6. Da_Man (unregistered) on December 31st, 2009 @ 9:04 pm

    Terrible loss for Karachi, which includes Shia, Sunni and other families. Lets be tolerant towards each other.

  7. b kapadia (unregistered) on December 31st, 2009 @ 11:02 pm

    yaar ye choRo sab tolerance volerance ki bakwaas! yeh bataao ke did mqm create all this mess or not?

  8. بستنی (wasiq) on December 31st, 2009 @ 11:47 pm

    @b kapadia saab….sir this is a very good question….very short reply I give…the city nazim has limited powers of administration but he has camera’s to monitor the looters and rioters…he is an MQM.
    The governor of Sindh should have been watching the event live on city nazims camera’s and could have ordered shoot to kill to the arsonists and looters…he is MQM

  9. themarriedlearner on January 1st, 2010 @ 4:32 pm

    “There must be some kinda way out of here”
    Said the joker to the thief
    “There’s too much confusion
    I can’t get no relief”

    “Businessmen, they, they drink my wine
    Plowmen dig my earth
    None will level on the line
    Nobody of it is worth”

    A big loss for all, regardless of sect or social status . I heard a man yesterday say that they have been telling the shop keepers in that area to shift their businesses else where for years now, just like how the old subzi mundi was by Chandi Chowk and now all of the vegetable sellers shipped out near sarbghot . The man was saying this was the reasoning for all of this destruction , but who can we belive? There is no correct reason for anyone to cause havoc amongst the good people, to top it off with burning down their means of livelihood. Poeple in Karachi always have stuff to say but at the end of the day the the hope to regain and build back what has been loss seems to be a heavy conversation that no one wants to up hold.

  10. Khalid Rehman (unregistered) on January 2nd, 2010 @ 11:30 am

    Excellent observation published at London Post & an excellent video proof by Samaa TV.

    You cannot ignore these facts easily.

  11. Khalid Rehman (unregistered) on January 5th, 2010 @ 1:24 pm

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