And they said: “Govt. machinery won’t be used.”
Police ka hai farz madad aap ki. :P aap = PML(Q)
It’s not “Govt. machinery” its Toyota’s machinery and about the policeman, he doesn’t come under the definition of machinery as he is a human being.
Useless comments on some valid point which the author has made here..
These are apparently defaced King’s Party (PMLQ) hoardings/banners which the police constable is removing. If you look closely, a black spray painted cross sign can be seen.
I wonder if defaced hoardings of opposition parties (e.g. PMLN, PPP) will also draw the same tender loving care of the powers that be.
If you ask any govt. official and he will preach you that the policeman is removing them.
looks like the lahori awam is a bit rich now. they dont want any cycles.
The Lahore that I grew up in was a great place
Ahsan Raza and youngster like me really think it sometimes how peaceful that Lahore would be :)
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A post after very many years
Ahsan Khan nice to read from your after so so long.
Faraz Khalid hahaha… same here… been quite many years! This site should be revived!