Everythings Fair in love and war?

Holidays, in any culture or community are either the happiest time of the year with people meeting. Forgiveness people coming together, reconnecting and well God knows what teenagers these days in holidays. Sometimes its the best time of the year family dinners bar BQ’s and what not its brilliant. Sometimes sadly something just happens that shakes you up real bad. Maybe it wouldn’t in usual days because your busy in other stuff and you don’t really talk about it. But when something goes down in the holidays its always does a lot more damage.

Sadly, something happened this holiday season. A guy with some sweet wit thought it would be a brilliant idea to lighten up this holiday season not with a goat or sheep blood, God no. Thats for poor people, with the blood of a 15 years old neighbors kid. Brilliant isn’t it, what better way to say Eid Mubarak to your neighbor then with their own only childs blood.

13 Days from now, a distant cousin got kidnapped from near my place. The guys called in for a ransom, obviously his dad didn’t have that much at that time so he asked for some days. The phone line got cut off and he never heard from the kidnappers again. The family kept searching kept looking for clues kept going to the police for ten days. Then three days ago the kidnappers got caught it was a perverted guy living right next door for the a decade. The kid practically grew up with them, the families were pretty close. The bastard was even pretending to look for the kid with his parents.

Turns out the guy fell in ‘love’ wanted to get married to a girl whose parents were well anything but parents. They wanted 3 Million for the girl, money that the guy didn’t have so for easy cash he got his brother in Law into the plan and two other guys. The kid knew them so convincing him to go with them was not easy. But this meant the kid could identify them something the idiots didn’t think of before. So whether there was money or not the poor kid was going to die anyways.

Now there lays a father whose eyes can’t cry no more, a mother who is in coma and the guys brother wants to cut him to pieces himself. For love aye? Everything’s fair in love and war in it’ ? Who cares about the collateral damage.


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Fahim Akhter

Fahim is a product manager with over 10 years of experience currently working as product head at MONT5. He focuses on user centric centric design, especially on brand, user experience and revenue product challenges. Prior to joining MONT5, Fahim's has worn multiple hats during his career from game production to product development but the emphasis has always been on creating unparalleled user experience and to help startups to make complex products more engaging. He has worked on diversified portfolio of startups including games, apps, education and e-commerce with product reach of 10M users across the globe. Fahim is a computer science graduate from FAST Islamabad. He volunteers for education and mentors students and startups, to help them grow and drive innovation.

5 thoughts on “Everythings Fair in love and war?”

    1. If you want to see how sick Pakistan’s society has become then read Adeerus Ghayan’s Life of a Lotus. It tells in great details the level of insecurity and corruption brought on us by our leaders. Shame on our politicians and elite who have turned our lives in to living hell

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