A man alleges that the director of Chinese automaker MG, staff “confined and killed” his father following a delay in


LAHORE – In what appears to be a heartbreaking incident in the capital of Punjab, a man by the name of Ghaus Gondal took to his social media account to share the story behind his father’s alleged murder in a brawl with employees of an automobile company.

In his video message, the man said his father visited the showroom with his driver after the company informed them of the delay in delivering their car.

The company received the remaining amount, but refused to deliver the vehicle. “It annoyed the man who started berating them for poor customer service and broken promises. We booked it in February 2021 and it was due to arrive in July of this year,” he added.

The incident then sparked a heated argument between the two parties as the CEO also engaged with the man and began to provoke him. Following the argument which turned into a fight my father’s health deteriorated and he left the scene, the man can be heard saying in the clip.

He further adds that my father left the premises and as soon as he got into the vehicle to go home, a group of about fifteen people, including the manager, surrounded them and did not allow them to leave the premises. premises. My driver also informed the accused men of his boss’s state of health, but to no avail.

They all waited and did not allow my father to leave until he collapsed after losing consciousness, he said while adding that his father had also approached the forces of the order but that no one had come to help him. They only allowed them until he breathed his last on the spot, he added while his eyes were full of tears.

The man who made serious allegations against MG staff members also asked to question the guards at the mall while also claiming to have video evidence.

The grieving man, at the end of the clip, called out to Pakistani businessmen and owners of a private automobile giant, because his company has not kept its promises. He also criticized him for having close contacts with influential people to avoid such situations.

Meanwhile, he confirmed the registration of a case following the horrific incident, saying he would prosecute all and bring them all to justice.

Daily Pakistan is awaiting the auto company officials’ version of the incident.


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