September 14, 2006

Third world VVIP

Picture courtesy: Prothom Alo via Suchinta.

The Bangladeshi Prime Minister was due on this road after a while. An ambulance was wailing on the street with a dying patient. But the traffic police was not letting the ambulance go. He wanted to let the VVIP first. After fifteen minutes the ambulance could move. When later asked who has priority, a high official Dhaka's traffic police said that the VVIPs have priority. But humanity should not be ignored. He said that the matter lies with the discretion of the duty officials and he cannot judge without understanding in which situation they were in that time.

Don't be surprised. The third world VVIPs get no lesser treatment than a King.


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