ISLAMABAD – A woman was caught on camera intentionally ramming her car into a young man’s vehicle multiple times. The unsettling footage, which has since gone viral, shows the female driver operating a black Honda Civic and vindictively hitting the victim’s car repeatedly.
The incident occurred within the jurisdiction of the Lohi Bhir Police Station. Despite the distressing situation, the young man managed to record the incident on his phone, capturing clear footage of the woman’s car and its number plate. His shouts of distress can be heard in the background, adding to the chilling nature of the event.
Following the incident’s widespread circulation on the internet, the Islamabad Capital Territory Police (ICTP) promptly intervened. According to a tweet from the ICTP, both parties involved in the incident have reportedly resolved their issues by signing a reconciliation form, effectively putting the matter to rest.
However, despite this resolution, the woman’s reckless behavior has drawn widespread criticism from netizens. Many have raised concerns about the incident, which allegedly involved the woman bullying the man within the premises of a police station during daylight hours. Questions have been raised about the authorities’ decision not to hold the woman accountable for her actions.
In related news, the National Information Technology Board (NITB) has developed an app named Islamabad Capital Territory. This app offers a range of services offered by the government in Islamabad, including online car verification, traffic challan payment, car transfer, and token tax payment.
Users can log in to the app, choose the Excise and Taxation department, and select the service they require. For instance, to pay token tax, users can click on it, scroll through the due payments, and pay through 1 BILL or e-sahulat, generating a PSID number or a tracking ID respectively. These unique IDs can then be used to pay the token tax through bank transfer, ATM, etc.