My sister went through the standard experience of mobile snatching today. She stopped by a bookstore on her way back home to purchase some notebooks and that is where two men on a bike grabbed hold of her bag and bolted away. But what is astonishing about this story is that she got all her stuff back in the end – books, notes, documents and a Smartphone.
An hour later to the incident, I got a call from SHO Mobina Town police station. Turns out, he got hold of a bag from two muggers and inside found a registration form with my number on it, scribbled under alternative contact details and said that these things can be recovered from the police station right away.
Upon reaching there, those guys inquired my brothers for a bit and not only handed over the bag but after further inquiry produced her phone from one of the drawers too in which they had kept it safe.
— SaRa (@Goonerette23) July 13, 2016
The prevalent law and order situation of our city made us hopeless and what agitated us more was that she could have never recovered the loss of books and class notes. But thankfully everything was returned to her in one piece.
Not only that, SHO (not sure about disclosing his name) Mobina Town police station treated my brothers and mother exceptionally well. Glad to learn that there are some people in the police force with a sound conscience and great sense of responsibility. 🙂
Update: For those asking, his name is Rehmat Khan Mehsood.
By Sara Qazi