One must earn. One must feed his family. But at what lengths will one go to?
Tatta Pani Police sub inspector Sardar Abdul Qayum along with his well-oiled team, conducted a raid and arrested illegal wine distributor.
Muhammad Atif son of Khusi Muhammad is a resident of Tatta Pani and is famous discreetly supplying illegal substances such wine. His colorful resume landed him under police radar. They apprehended him and found 56 bottles of different high quality wines in his procession. The guilty man has been put behind bars and case has been filed against him.
In this fast paced world, where unemployment rates are skyrocketing, people often resort to under the table activities and become masterminds of lucrative businesses. But at what price? One must always be a fugitive on run from the law. For whatever many be the reason for which one had to resort to such activity, it will always be wrong and intentions do not justify actions.
“Everyone lies to themselves, but many people do it with good intentions. They want to believe what they tell themselves, it is oftentimes the best possible version of reality for them. Although it may not be accurate, it is a mural of their desires, aspirations, optimism and passion. These people usually either need time or a new experience to discover the truth. People who lie to themselves for different reasons are oftentimes trying to avoid something or escape blame for things they have done.”
― Ashly Lorenzana