Monday, June 30, 2008

Public Property: hey its mine.....

This is an awful experience from the place where I studied. In my native state we see that after ten o’ clock no one plays loud music. But here I saw people who play loud music only after ten o’ clock. And you see no action is taken against them.
Another thing happened during the marriage season. Now what do they do? They put up their pandals in the middle of the road with no space left for even cycles to pass.
and here also no action against them.
Third thing which is similar to the second one.This happened whenever I went to the market on my cycle. We saw that cars and bikes blocked the way. Parked in the middle horizontally. What to do?
When you are in such a situation it feels horrible.
People think our marriage should go well even if others are taxed for it. But they shout at other people when they do the same.
My native place has rules and people have to take permission before pitching their pandals in any public area. Otherwise the other people will complain.
Here everyone thinks of themselves that they don’t even care to obey the rules against noise pollution etc. Self centered world. What a big shame.

16 comments:

Solitaire said...

Bad laws, lawmakers, lawkeepers, and government.

Akaansha said...

ye thats rite I agree by the way where did yu study.

sEmI-cRaCk said...

ya thats right....



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Nithin Jayan said...

ha...n finally here's a manageable prob...v hav some 'power' here...our 'voices'...i think KERALA is a better place in this aspect(2 an extent!!!)


here's my add on:

A batch mate's mother passed away...n our entire class reached her house...n as v reached de gate...de most disgusting thing happened...a 'papa roach' hit being played pretty loud from the nearby house...

Self centred world indeed dear...

Aneesh said...

About parking, I'm not that sure, 'coz u know, in most places, there won't be enough space for parking, so people put their vehicles where they can, what else to do? 'N sound well, normally marriage kind of thing happens rarely and so.....

joiedevivre said...

wat to do shobna...
ek ho toh aur baat hai
sare india mein yahi haal hai

Solitaire said...

What I mean is..
Is there a law that prohibits people from doing this?
And if no, then why not?
And if yes, why are people not made to follow the laws? Why are there no consequences for those who do not?

shobna said...

Solitaire:

Thanx

shobna said...

Akaansha:I studied in Rajasthan


Thanx

shobna said...

Nithin:

Thanx
I'll do that

shobna said...

Semi crack Thanx:


No I don't have one

shobna said...

Aneesh:


Thanx

shobna said...

Joiedevivre:


Mujhe lagta hai ki tum sahi kehe rahi ho.

joiedevivre said...

hey! shobna
my mother tongue is hindi
n m purely indian.
my name is neha

CutePooja said...

I know that's terrible...m experienced enough with those kinda stuff...when marraige processions pass by the lane my bedroom s adjacnt 2 they stay there 4 about 1hr,playing loud music...i dont think they r so stupid as 2 think everyone in my house is out of home at d middle of the night...

shobhna said...

Ye pooja I too have experienced such things which inspired me to write such a post. Thanx pooja

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