Dangerous Ride

I followed this car over a mile and continuously honked and flashed my lights at him but the irresponsible parent continued to drive while the kids hung dangerously out of the car’s window, this was an accident waiting to happen thankfully this day was in favor with them but another day may not be that lucky.

I hope people understand how important it is to make their kids follow safety rules while traveling in a car , which means the kids have to be seated on the passenger seat of the car with the seat-belt on and keep their head and arms inside the vehicle at all time during the travel.

14 Comments so far

  1. بستنی (wasiq) on March 28th, 2010 @ 11:32 am

    I went to bed early warna kal hee pakrd leyta…….!

    how impotent it is to make

    Ammi ammi mein ISSB main pheir pass ho giya….lol

  2. Prait-Atma (unregistered) on March 28th, 2010 @ 11:45 am

    @ wasiq.

    lol….maybe they were driving to the 100 sala hakeem sinyasi baba…baray hakeem luqman saab….nakami kufar hai….aap akhir na umeed kub tak…aaj hi rabta karain…sab batain saghiya-e-raaz me rakhi jain gi…

    wisay…i wodner what wud have been jmash’s reaction if he wud have seen me in my phattphatti…he wud have gone bonkers like people around me go…usualy maike me force to put up balck screens to keep my privacy while i enjoy my driving moments

  3. Tooto (unregistered) on March 29th, 2010 @ 1:04 pm

    Doesn’t look like that a parent was driving. It might have been a driver!

  4. ChachuTimepass (unregistered) on March 29th, 2010 @ 4:25 pm

    @ wasiq

    i wud contradict sir…..i have seen kids sittign in windows even when women..most probably there own sagi mothers..not teh star plus fame sauteli maa after there 500 karoor ki property…talking and joking while there kids are doing tango wid death.

    a couple of tuimes i had to point at them a finger to make them realise.

    i pointed the wrong finger….being a hypocrate myself…verna jo finger dikhanay ka mera dil ker rha tha us pe un ka miyaan ji ko ghairat a jati….apni agli nasal ka marna ka khiyal say tu nai a rhai thi wsiay

  5. بستنی (wasiq) on March 30th, 2010 @ 1:28 am

    aji yeah toh kuch bhi nahein hai…aap ney woh toh dekha hee nahein jo humarey sultan saab motor cycle kay saath kartey hain….dooh tanki pey teen peeth pechay…aur aik dordhta hua paidal….mashallah!

  6. quantumjump on March 31st, 2010 @ 11:10 am

    This is so responsible of the parents. Really, how can they allow kids to hang out like that. Even if the person driving the car, by profession is driver, he should have the common sense not to let kids perch on the windows so precariously.

  7. Ba'Rood (unregistered) on March 31st, 2010 @ 1:38 pm

    @ wasiq.

    sir the best i have seen is a two guy duo with 4 kids and there 4 school bags.

  8. headmaster on March 31st, 2010 @ 10:40 pm

    you bet yaw!!
    it can be a foolish dad puting lives of his bcha log !
    have seen many of them in karachi.
    routine hai!!

  9. Irz*kia*hei (unregistered) on April 1st, 2010 @ 9:01 pm

    As one of my uncle puts it (rather bluntly but tongue in cheek way) Abaadi in Pakistan is way passed the norm of any country, people have so many kids that when one or two dies here & there they are not much bothered.

    Looks like the case here.

    I do agree with the posters, its parents responsiblity to look after their children if you can’t, don’t start a family as simple as that.

  10. balma on April 1st, 2010 @ 10:26 pm

    Tum kahee’n mairay bhateejay tou nahi’n?

    I too think that if some one has 10 or 12 kids, and one dies in a truckaccident, it won’t really matter much.

    You know when jamati type journalists are writing comments that oh human life has no value in PAkistan…and I think yes, human life has no (financial) value if the human being in uneducated, illiterate, un-trainable, and unproductive. And, yes, human life has no (emotional) value if there are too many like him in a family (10/12 kids per family) and too many in the neighborhood.

    Therefore, we should not write jazbaati posts and publish ridiculously stupid pictures on KMB, because we have way too many people in PK and they individually have no financial or emotional value.

  11. prait-atma (unregistered) on April 1st, 2010 @ 11:52 pm

    @ balma.

    “Tum kahee’n mairay bhateejay tou nahi’n?”

    haar baar bola hai yaar…ke keep a log of your extra ciricular activities…..bhari mehfil me aisay aisay ajeeb sawal pooch daltay hu logon say ke loog harbara jain

    ab harbara ki angreeji meray koi nai pata thi…koi burger pas nai tha ke us say pooch leta…aap ke pas time hu tu bata dena…

  12. Naveed Saqib (unregistered) on April 2nd, 2010 @ 5:12 pm

    This is a good socail post highlighting the irresponsibilty of drivers (whomever they might be). Its not very far back that we lost some school going kids who were hanging in the back of the van at Shadman #1.

    I would like to point out another common mistake. Father use to, and some proudly, seat a child between there chest and the driving wheel to take a drive this is also very dangerous. In US a child cannot be seated on the front until he/she is 8 years old wow!! and look what we are enjoying.

  13. بستنی (wasiq) on April 2nd, 2010 @ 8:24 pm

    the traffic laws in the US are different from here because the traffic is also different….their cars are different and the nature of accidents is also different plus we still don’t have a insurance based culture here….the day that happened…insurance companies will take their clients to courts to put the blame on them and lobby the city councils for tougher traffic laws to minimise there responsibility…..Until then we might be forced to see such scenes especially during the hot summer months and traffic jams…look away if want to survive….

  14. Prait-Atma (unregistered) on April 3rd, 2010 @ 12:56 pm

    @ wasiq

    come to think of it….i thank god we have one less dakoo on the streets out there to fleec us phatphati drviers

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