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Why don’t ministers stop at traffic signal?

By on Feb 17, 2010 | 4 comments

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Today, on my way to Airport, I noticed Mr. Sharad Pawar’s car (Audi! 😯 ) which was following a patrol car, did not stop at the traffic signal. The traffic police brought the signal to a halt to let the minister’s car pass. I wonder why ministers don’t stop at traffic signals.

-The Big K-


  1. Amruta

    February 17, 2010

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    It seems that a minister’s 2 minutes time is much more important to country than hundred common people’s total 200 minutes time.

  2. Suyash Joshi

    February 19, 2010

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    Maybe because there is a security risk of the VIPs being harmed in case something goes amiss in the public place… which can vary from something as trivial as an egg blast to the car window or as serious as a bullet in the head.
    They are not mango people, you see 🙂

  3. salutares

    March 1, 2010

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    The authors believe that because they are superior, can escape the rules of town planning and transport in our cities.

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