Assumptions and Accusations, Arizona Grill – Karachi. There have been a lot of news rolling out regarding the incident that happened last weekend, death of two kids and mother in severe condition. This incident has shaken the whole country, it is not a small thing for parents to loose their kids.
Death of two kids and severe condition of the mother had been reported last weekend, according to the sources the reason for the death hasn’t been released yet. The news of food poisoning that has been rolling out is based purely on assumptions. We are very saddened on this news, our prayers are with the family, and may Allah give them Sabar to the family.
Based on assumptions and accusation a raid was carried on the alleged restaurant’s ware house, called Arizona Grill. Inspectors discovered the packages of meat that was packed in 2014 and had expired in 2015 – yes you read it right, it had expired 3 years back which was imported from the US.
What do you call it?
It’s clearly not a mistake, it’s a planned business tactic to earn good money without even caring about the lives of the innocent people, who pay to eat food with good taste. Where are those people at fault? These brands have become huge because of their customers and what these so-called niche restaurants provide them? Food made with expired meat?
They do not pay thousands to end up in an ICU or in coffins, sadly!
The authorities should look into this matter and get all this big/small scale restaurants checked before it too late, before we lose more lives, it’s high time for them to take an action against it.
BUT, a coin has two sides, there’s always another side of a story that is to be heard as well. We do not know what happened in reality, every post and comment is totally based on assumption up till now. So a proper survey by the authorities should be carried out in order to get the root cause of the problem.
Those two kid and never come back, neither the grief will go away, if the restaurant shut down or not but this need to be checked so there’s no such cases in the future.