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Paradoxical

Scene 1:

At a private mobile recharge centre in Udupi after waiting for 10 minutes to contact the customer representative of BSNL, the response is still unheard of from the other end of the line. After cursing them for ignoring the customer, I think of changing my operator, probably to Vodafone or Airtel.Here my mind informs me the advantage having a private owned service over a state owned service, who provide at hand help if a situation arose.

Scene 2:

At Karkala bus stand,I board a express bus to go to Nitte, only to be informed that the bus won’t apply the brakes at Nitte.Since it is a express bus, I wonder if they wouldn’t stop if a person waved a hand wanting to go to Mangaluru from Nitte? They certainly would. The reason for denying the people to travel in the express bus was to allow the local bus, departing 10 minutes later, to fill in.

Denial of freedom to choose which bus I can travel in ?

At this point, I think of the possibility of having a state-owned operator, instead of the according-to-their-will changing private operator.

Absolutely paradoxical.

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