UNBELIEVABLE! A Wrongly Parked Car Stirred Unrest In Jinnah Super Market, Islamabad

UNBELIEVABLE! A Wrongly Parked Car Stirred Unrest In Jinnah Super Market, Islamabad


Trending.pk was contacted directly by a witness of the scenario that took place at Jinnah Super Market, Islamabad. We believed it was important to upgrade what they had to say about the issue, clarifying the details:

For privacy concerns, the contact is being kept anonymous.

“It was last saturday 7-8pm i was there. Pretty much witnessed the scene.1915 was called by a lady twice or maybe thrice.They came after the situation was resolved and their office is right behind pappasallis. I.e. 2 mins drive. I am posting this everywhere ppl r saying they shud have called 1915…I don’t want misinformation to spread while we saw the actual situation happen. And this whole scenario continued for one good hour. Where initially the first priority of ppl was to involve the police..seems like they didn’t want to be involved.”

A car was parked by someone in a very incorrect area in Jinnah Super Market, Islamabad yesterday.

According to the folks who were immediately affected by the parking that was erroneous, it belonged to middle aged man/girl.

The automobile was mistakenly parked in front of the road next a popular dine in restaurant.

How the car was parked, it blocked the only exit and according to witnesses, about 50 cars were obstructed behind it for at least 30-40 minutes.

An Islamabad resident had their car obstructed by this wrong automobile parked. The said party was a family visiting Jinnah Super Market with babies, aged and handicapped.

They honked for the automobile owner to return but he never returned. After waiting about 30-40 minutes, the affected party went to the car and left messages with a temporary mark which could be seen in the images below on it.

Was it right for the affected party to take law in hands?

Though the car caused distressed to a lot of folks in the place and was mistakenly parked, was it a good strategy by putting marker lines and messages on his auto to punish the car owner?

If someone did this intentionally, the correct course of action would have been to phone the traffic authorities on the scene. Islamabad traffic police is available to help out round the clock by dialing 1915 from your telephone.




What do you think? Did the accused deserve judgement from other citizens or was it better for the changed to call the authorities?