I am Secure

This post was pending for quite a time now. This post deals with my observation on the security of we Indian at the various point of life.

My First point of observation was at the Bangalore Airport. It was at the Arrival terminal of the HAL airport . I was waiting for the my parents to land. Just to find out there is just a constable manning the exit gate. That too not so much active. I have noticved him when i crossed the gate and he came running after me saying “Saar, Yelli? Ticket Idya?” (Sir! where to? you have ticket?). Just think any one can enter the airport. For the unknown the airport is the only airport which serves as both Civil and Defense airport.

The second time it was at the VVIP god of the India. Yeah it was at Tirupati. The place where you have to pay measly sum of 50 rupees for the famous prasad and faster line to have a glimpse of the God. The place is manned ,once again, by a lone constable who frisk you in the most boring way you can think. Than there is a metal detector which is i am not sure works. And even if it works than also no1 can be caught.  For the simple reason at one go at least 5-10 people cross the metal detector.

Than there is the long line which the people go in. There is no way a person gone in leave without getting shoved pused and having a glimps of the god. Its very much like a one way road, except its for human, there are no exit paths and its more than a kilometer long.

The third was when i was traveling from one point of bangalore to another point. and to my surprise the i was stuck at one of the traffic signal for more than 45minutes. the reason some political hunchos was traveling on the opposite direction and traffic was halted on all the other lane except the one the political guy (Read Fucker) was travelling. I ask are the people of india scuh a shit that they are amde to made for hours for such an ass holes security.

5 thoughts on “I am Secure”

  1. well said.. the dirty image of the nation is brought to daylight here.. one day will surely come when all these things will change.. waiting for the new dawn!

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  2. @Mansi.
    Thanks for coming down and comments. If you wanna coem down to bangalore add few days extra to your schedule. The traffic of bangalore has gone from bad to worse.

    @Chriz
    Me too!! Hope something good happens :(

    @Dinsan
    I loved also loved that one. Heard it while i was at tirupati!!

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  3. ha ha ha… true..
    dude u just organized your views.
    and more importantly the idea is great. think its your personal experience ..

    but its actually very shameful that even God has been commercialized these days

    life sucks here

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