This article is about Reality of Man Death Issue in MG Showroom Lahore Packages Mall recently.
Morris Garages (MG) Pakistan suffers once again from controversy and shame. On that occasion, a client decided to sue him over his father’s alleged disappearance outside the company’s dealership in Packages Mall, Lahore.
The bereaved man, Ghaus Gondal, has insinuated in a Facebook video titled ‘THEY HAVE KILLED MY FATHER TODAY’ that the company was directly and deliberately involved in his father’s death.
Gondal’s Point of View
Gondal claimed in the video that his father reserved a vehicle in February and expected to receive it in July. However, the delivery delays lasted for several months and the company hadn’t explained why, saying his father received a call. from the Morris Garages (MG) lounge in the Packages Mall, Lahore, on Friday 24.
Gondal said that when his father arrived at the dealership, he learned that the vehicle had not arrived. in his car with the driver to leave the premises, but the car was surrounded by the company’s “private guards” and the general manager who said his tormented father was having a heart attack at that moment.
He claimed that both his father and the driver started begging the group of nearly 15 men to clear the way for them to the hospital, but the MG staff refused to do so, so his father died shortly.
He said Gondola. that will bring the company to justice for the loss and pain they have caused him, his family, and others.” I’m going to seek justice for my father’s murder because I don’t want others to face the same fate from this mob,” he said.
The Company’s Response
MG Pakistan was fairly prompt in issuing a response against Gondal’s statements and denied any direct involvement in his father’s death.
It issued a statement on its social media captioned:
The facts of the tragedy don’t lessen the loss suffered by the family of one of our customers, yet they will reaffirm that we will always be transparent and cooperative in all our dealings. MG is keenly cooperating with the on going investigation with the relevant law and order authorities.MG Lahore
Delivery delays have become a pillar problem for MG Pakistan and have resulted in frequent retaliation by clients against dealer staff, thus submitting the company to a lot of negative attention.
It was revealed a few months ago that MG’s local assembly facility was soon becoming operational, some locally assembled vehicles have already been deployed on the mounting chain.
However, it is still fully built vehicles (CBU) in Pakistan, without any news on the commercial production of its vehicles here. Until this happens, such controversial events will remain inevitable.
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