Friday, September 7, 2018

WHEN LAW MAKERS BREAK THE LAW!!!

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WHEN LAW MAKERS BREAK THE LAW!!!
In a usual weekend out recently, I noticed something unusual. It was in the evening and while we drove our car out from the parking lot, I spotted this Vehicle parked in the “NO PARKING” zone near Inorbit Mall,  Vashi.  We slowed down the car & stopped at the other side as I wanted to get out of it and check it. I walked towards it. As I got bit closer I found, it was having a red/orange beacon. 
As per my knowledge Red beacons are for high dignity posts in government. Easily I could get it that it must be the vehicle of a high authority Government Official for sure. Also as per my knowledge, seeking to end the VIP culture, the Union Cabinet had decided that beacon lights will be removed from all vehicles from May 1 2016, except emergency vehicles, like ambulances and fire brigade. However, the central government had specified that the vehicles on office duty which are designated for the... emergency and disaster management duties may be allowed to use multi-coloured red, blue and white lights.



Neither was it an emergency vehicle nor any disaster there. Moreover what was more irony; it was PARKED in NO PARKING Zone.

Shouldn’t everyone including law makers supposed to be abide by the rule? I was with my teenage son and imagine what lesson might have gone to his mind.  Is it that being a part of the law making team makes you put above the law automatically??  

It might appear as a small incident but we can never ignore its lethal impact on young minds. Vehicle should never be parked in "No-parking" zone,  it seems, people who sermon/teach people about this forgot learn this  by themselves, first. 


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16 comments:

  1. Law-breaking and the courage for it doesn't take a lot, it begins with small things like this. While this is a harmless example, it is breaking the law nevertheless. Such careless attitude is what encourages people to not heed lawmakers.

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  2. You wrote about a very important topic. Such a shameful act by the so called lawmakers.

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  3. There are many people who do not know these simple rules

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  4. These VIPs consider themselves to be above the law. This is a small crime as compared to many more they commit and get away with.

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  5. So disappointing that the powers that be truly believe they have every power to misbehave.

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  6. Your post is so true and honestly I wonder how to fight it out with these law makers who break their own laws

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  7. Such acts appear small but major reason for imbalance of law and order.
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  8. Law breakers are everywhere. Beacon lights do not prove that the users have impunity to park anywhere. I wish these truants could be booked. Unfortunately, the high and mighty stay safe while the little fish get caught. Sad, but true!
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  9. What a shame! The so called high profile VIP making mockery of the system. Glad you wrote about this. #surreads #myfriendalexa #blogchatter

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  10. I once saw a car with a on government duty sign parked on the footpath. Yes, footpath. Sigh.

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  11. This is too shameful. Sadly, it's such a common sight!

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  12. I feel in India the authority is been misused. Rules are same for everyone to follow.

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  13. Thank you for sharing this, we need to share this so that people can learn

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  14. It happens more often than one can imagine. Good to share this post.

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