VIP pro­to­col

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - S HIZA KHANZAI

A very im­por­tant per­son (VIP) is ac­corded spe­cial pro­to­col due to his or her sta­tus. These VIP’s en­joy spe­cial treat­ment and many more perks on pub­lic money. VIP cul­ture in Pak­istan has been a mat­ter of con­cern for com­mon peo­ple, as or­di­nary peo­ple suf­fer a lot due to this ever ris­ing VIP cul­ture. In past, there was a baby born in Rick­shaw as the mother was on the way to hos­pi­tal for de­liv­ery in Multan as due to move­ment of for­mer PM Yousuf Raza Gi­lani traf­fic was halted. It is hard to imag­ine the pain that women bore, with­out proper fa­cil­i­ties.

In many de­vel­oped coun­tries, we don’t find such a cul­ture. Their lead­ers are found walk­ing side by side the com­mon peo­ple and they don’t feel the need of such a pro­to­col. Be­sides this many time we have seen fail­ure

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