Customized Or ‘jis ki lathi us ki’ Plates?

Posted on April 28, 2009
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Owais Mughal

An illegal vehicle plate

This photo is courtesy of S Akif. This vehicle which is seen near Karachi’s landmark teen-talwar only mentions the town of its owner on a tri-coloured number plate indicating association with the ruling Party. Is it a customized plate or is this a license enough to ply a vehicle on the roads of Pakistan?

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16 responses to “Customized Or ‘jis ki lathi us ki’ Plates?”

  1. bigtugboat says:

    Baig sahib, make it

  2. Owais Mughal says:

    Baig, your comment has made me smile. That was very funny :)

  3. Baig says:

    “Chalani Civic, tey maarni Sheikhian!”

  4. Amina says:

    The “who cares” factor should be applied here because it should not matter. Several countries have citizens pay a little more to have their names customized on the plate. This is no different from having political stickers etc on your car. I don’t know pakistan’s plating convention but if this plate falls under it then it should’nt be a big deal. Also, does pakistani law requires both front and back plates or accepts only front plate and the back plate can be anything??? If they are breaking the law…thats just sad!

  5. Deeda-i-Beena says:

    It is a criminal offence to display Registration Plates other than the prescribed Size, Shape, Colours, Lettering Sizes,Tempering ones officially issued. The vehicle Registration codes are absolutely clear on this.

    The traffic police all over the country and particularly Pakistan’s Finest of Islamabad pay ZERO attention to this Crime.

    It is a well known fact that all criminal elements and particularly the terrorists and Car-bombers are using Fake Plates.

    Who cares.

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