A huge round of applause for Jhok Sarkar for highlighting two very important points. Inclusion of minorities in the police force and secondly to have an affective police force – it is imperative that each area’s police must consist of people from that very area.
A Part Of ASP Arsalan’s Plan Or A Risk?
Is this another plan by ASP Arsalan to counter Meeral’s moves or is he really taking the risk to go and leave the field open for Meeral to play his game of rescuing Mukhtar? The sad parting scene between Sassi and Arsalan gave us some heart touching romantic moments, keeping us hooked to their love story.
Peeral Demeaning His Unborn Child
Why does Peeral want a child with Noori, when he is already judging his unborn baby for being from a lower caste? Is it to make sure that Noori never thinks about leaving him or he wants to completely break her so even if she finds out about Shaukat being dead, she will not do anything.
Highlighting Minorities Not Getting Equal Chances
The drama is doing an amazing job at highlighting how many times minorities don’t get equal chances, but if they do get the opportunity they are fully dedicated and are actually an asset to the police force. Also, the fact that ASP Arsalan says that they must hire the best people from Jhok Sarkar for the police force of that area, highlighted how it is imperative to hire people from the very area where the police station is located in. Their sincerity to protect that area and work for its betterment cannot be compared with someone coming from the outside.
The Much-Awaited Action Scene…
But we were disappointed that the promo last week had shown the shooting scene in the train, which came towards the end and that also for a very short while. We were looking forward to an interesting action sequence leading to a win for ASP Arsalan. We wish the action scene in the train was shown fully and not broken over two episodes.