Accident Visuals

For those who have been following the ‘Porsche Accident Story’ and ‘Boycott Nirala’ thread; here’s a visual of the cars that were involved in the accident from The Nation, December 7, 2006:


6 Comments so far

  1. see_the_light (unregistered) on December 11th, 2006 @ 2:15 pm
  2. Dawood (unregistered) on December 12th, 2006 @ 9:10 pm

    Instead of boycotting nirala, why dont u fucking ask the police and if the fucking police takes bribes or they came up from sifarish and takes sifarish then ask your nazim atleast u gave him the right to serve or rule you.
    And u cannot stop anyone from buying nirala, cheep paki thought. what a crap. lol

  3. get-your-facts-straight (unregistered) on December 13th, 2006 @ 2:12 am

    i dont know anything abt sifarish…but i do know that if there will be any sifarish it is more likely to take the side of the nirala guys since theyre related to the GOC lahore gen nadeem taj ;)

  4. Bowman (unregistered) on December 13th, 2006 @ 1:00 pm


    I went through your “very illustrative” website to explain both sides of the story. I agree that its never as simple as one understands from the words but again we see it happening all around us so we can easily assess the Reality and the POWER play.

    Undoublty THE BIG FISH slips away and little ones are caught.

    Definitely if the accused was a ordinary person like me then this issue would have never been in circulation and neither would I be a FREE man !!!

    Major contents of your explanation are based on the reason “if someone knows faisal’s family”. But the problem is 99% of ppl DONT KNOW them
    so it will always be difficult to imagine what REAL faisal is. So on the face of it FAISAL will be seen as the party at fault.

    Currently Faisal is known as a prospering businessman at this YOUNG age, contacts with influential ppl in Pak, business relationship with Porsche
    and “bachelor (after marriage)” life . All these things gives a clear indication of a person’s current mindset !!!

    Driving God knows at what a speed on the road which states “60 km limit” that he wasn’t able to
    avoid the extreme impact (which is apparent from the pictures) in one of the most powerful automobile at such wee hours with more than 30 yrs of experience regarding unorganized traffic of Lahore is nothing less than a “CRIMINAL ACT”.

    How many times we face the same situation where we have to slow down or give way to a “Fast & the Furious” high tech automobile before it do some damage to our “Cultus/Santro” only because their car runs faster and they think that as they are driving a Dodge Charger or Porsche then roads and traffic of Lahore are transformed into Sheikh Zaid Road of Dubai!!!

    I Know nothing will happen. The issue will die within few weeks time. We forward emails because WE LIKE to and WE are only good in this. We “fulfill” our responsibilities by forwarding such emails and then carry on with our normal life cause we DONT HAVE TIME. Next time WE will also try to WIN a War with India via emails !!! cause now we also dont want to fight anyone. We are too busy.

    Hence we will continue to:

    # Enjoying Danish, Swedish etc products
    # Watching Indian movies and Songs
    # Drinking Pepsi
    # Watching anti muslim english movies
    # Praising our Big Wig friends on how fast they drove their car on busy roads
    # And also savoring nirala products

    But WE will never forget to forward a email against any of these !!!!!!

  5. Tauqeer (unregistered) on December 15th, 2006 @ 5:57 am

    Can you please tell me what car is it? From rear it looks like a honda city but the front of some porsche or sumthin :S im not sure please clarify and paste any better pictures if you can thanks:)

  6. Hasan Mubarak (unregistered) on December 15th, 2006 @ 11:52 pm


    Both are two separate cars involved in the accident. To the right is a Porsche Boxter while the other one is a Honda City.

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