VVIP culture

These people are such who can not correct themselves. They have invented new idea of Putting a big size Red colour Designation Plate near to Number Plate. Itshould also be banned. more  

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Thanks Mr Datta for your support. more  
Yes. There should not be any VIP or VVIP. All our politicians are well off & can afford full payments for tickets and even to buy premium services. As in Delhi Metro there is no culture of free passes, in RAilways also it should be introduced. more  
VVIP culture should be abandoned now. There is huge expenditure is incurred behind this. The number of VVIPs are going in increasing. How far we have to bear the burden? What will be the out put? Modiji has removed so many rules made by Congress. more  
I agree with you. more  
The entire concept of vvip should be abandoned. It is a disgrace that politicians and bureaucrats think themselves as important and indulge in looting the resources of the state through excessive security and using all forms of public transports freely at their whim. As someone mentioned recently, by cutting down the security of the so called vips, the withdrawn security personnel can attend to more important issues like security of school children, patients going to hospitals and senior citizens who cannot afford much. The vips of today all being extremely rich can afford to have their own security persons privately. In fact it is not at all clear as to why they feel their lives are endangered if they have NOT committed any CRIME!!! Honest people should not have any fear. Hope the society will be proactive in getting rid of this vip (culture??) Prasanna.A.R more  
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