bonkers

What kind of a stupid and foolish approach is this? Having a two-day holiday on Saturdays and Sundays seems fine, but what the hell does having a fuel holiday on Friday mean!!!

Fair enough the president is one big plotting rascal, but he doesn’t know jack about managing the economy! In 3 days since his election, we’ve seen things go way too haywire than at any time.

Let’s consider the ramifications of the decision. If you have Saturday and Sunday as weekends, what you will have is more people consuming fuel, obviously as they would all like to go out a bit and enjoy themselves. The downfall is that those who get along only on daily wages, that’s another day’s earning gone from their pockets. Some balance, isn’t it?

And tell me something, what are people supposed to do about traveling to work or anywhere on Friday? I mean how could one possibly think that people can store enough fuel for a whole day in advance? Has there been any assessment regarding how any one will be affected? Do you only those to travel who have private transport? How will the public transport fuel up their vehicles, who require to fill up at least 2 to 3 times a day? And what of the various cab services that run on CNG, who run around the city and keep fueling up several times a day?

I mean whoever devised this ridiculous policy has to be totally insane and out of his bloody mind! Oh yeah, the reports are actually quite right then, aren’t they…. the president is all loopy!

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4 responses to “bonkers

  1. its the height of absurdity! especially for the CNG tanks..one by one, the stupid policies r coming into view n i have yet to see the news channel having a discussion about the consequences of all this :S they are too stuck with the lawyers n coalitions 😦

  2. its the height of absurdity! especially for the CNG tanks..one by one, the stupid policies r coming into view n i have yet to see the news channel having a discussion about the consequences of all this :S they are too stuck with the lawyers n coalitions 😦

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